Last week I shared the wonderful news of my new publishing contract with Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas. I am beyond thrilled to be working with this wonderful company and to be 'publishing buddies' with the likes of Pam Meyers, Ane Mulligan and my dear friend Pepper Basham. But the journey from my first ever … Continue reading Living in the Land of Wait
If you saw one of my Instagram posts yesterday you might have noticed this one: Granted, the Dove people were probably thinking of earthly dads but when I see this I can't help thinking of my Heavenly One. So I posted one of my favorites which also happens to be the theme verse of my … Continue reading Be a Light…
Wishing you and yours a blessed July 4th holiday this week. Stop back next week for a new post. Blessings!
So. I went to this concert last Thursday night. My daughter is a huge Twenty One Pilots fan and this concert was a big thing on her bucket list for the summer. We waited in line all day for the privilege of being in the pit for this concert. It didn't disappoint in the least. The … Continue reading Musical Moods
Let these questions sift you, not only this week, but for many weeks to come. What if we stopped caring only about our own needs but also the needs of others? (1 Corinthians 10:24) What if we looked beyond outward appearance and looked at the heart? (1 Samuel 16:7) What if it was no … Continue reading What If?
This being June, I've seen a lot of posts on Facebook about vacations. Pictures of where people are, where they are going, where they want to go, etc. We're not taking a vacation this year due to the fact that we are trying to get our house ready to sell and due to some unforeseen … Continue reading Where In the World?
I have the great privilege of being an early reader for the sweet and lovely Karen Witemeyer. Which means I have already gotten to read her latest book, Heart on the Line, which releases TODAY! It's a tale of two telegraph operators. One pretty, petite, and in trouble and the other sweet, geeky and riding in to … Continue reading Bicycles, Telegrams, and Pinkertons – Oh My!