I’m blessed. For the last few month’s, I’ve had the joy of editing a book for someone.This book has grown me spiritually. In November the surprise will be revealed. Then you all can be blessed as I have been.
Act out or tell stories of our hard fought American Revolution. Like Ggeorge Washington and the 4 bullets. With men and officers being shot down all around him, George Washington rode forward to take charge of the collapsing lines at the Battle of the Monongahela on July 9, 1755. While riding along the ranks looking to [read more…]
Day 1: Celebrate the Constitution: at super time talk about the Liberty Bell and then go out and ring a bell in your yard. If your neighbors ask, tell them. Day 2: serve lemonade without sugar🤢 and talk about the Boston Tea Party. Then add sugar and be grateful that we live [read more…]
Tell ItX2 card I understand if you are reading this, you want colleges to beg you to come to their school. These steps can help you stand out from the competition. Imagine a group of professors, staff members or student assistants sitting in a dimly lit room with stacks of entrance essays looming above them. They [read more…]
That’s right–the Daughters of the American Revolution is truly radical. If you check a dictionary, you see that radical actually means “of or going to the root or origin” and we love finding our roots and honoring them. radical [rad-i-kuh l] SynonymsExamplesWord Origin adjective of or going to the root or origin; fundamental: a radical difference. Find your roots and honor them this September 17-21 as we celebrate our Constitution.
Bell County Living article on page 10 Amarillo Living article on Recently, I’ve had the joy of writing about 4-H Clubs, how the new 4-H has embraced the generations, opened up new opportunities and provide leaders for our future. The great new is two new cover stories for me and the hope that more [read more…]
Words have meanings and the meaning can change from time and place according to our circumstance. Pastor Mark Forest encourages his congregation to study the Bible from the perspective of the audience to whom it was written. Take the unicorn: If you get an old 1828 Noah Webster’s Dictionary, which is the very first edition [read more…]
Believe me–all writers pray. “Oh, God! Help! 😳Where did that file go?” Or “Please, God. What happened? All lost?😫 Sometimes we pray. “Please make that editor buy my book! ” And sometimes we ask God to damm our computers. We send prayers for people searching for books on Amazon. Today was a perfect example. I [read more…]