Monthly Archives: April 2010

One Wild & Crazy Night!

            The day began rather normally. I worked at home revising a book proposal…let’s see, I’m on my 17th revision now. Late afternoon came and right in the middle of formulating an email to an … Continue reading

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If it were easy, it wouldn’t be worth doing! Radical obedience is born out of delight, not duty. [from, What Happens When Women Say Yes to God, by Lysa TerKeurst, Harvest House Publishers, 2007] .  

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revising, revising, and more revising!

Here I am: back again (or maybe the word is “still”) revising my book proposal. I want it to be “just right!”  My author-friend, Shelly Beach, tells me I only have one shot to make the very best impression on … Continue reading

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Oh to be a cat!

  Oh to be a cat!   How rough can life be? I must ALWAYS meow for my breakfast Sometimes it takes a few nudges Against pant’s legs to get attention Time to be still for a few strokes Next, … Continue reading

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Bring the Rain!

  I can count a million times People asking me how I Can praise You with all that I’ve gone through The question just amazes me Can circumstances possibly Change who I forever am in You Maybe since my life … Continue reading

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Me-morning today!

Me-morning today: 1st meet with a girlfriend for breakfast; then a hair cut to tame this out of shape mane. It’s about time!  I just love the feeling of a newly shaped haircut…does the body and the mind good! I … Continue reading

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Did I do my best to live for truth?

We sang this song on Sunday, “When It’s All Been Said and Done.”  The song made me think, and I’m still pondering the words today. When its all been said and done There is just one thing that matters Did I … Continue reading

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The Art of Bloodletting

The Art of Bloodletting: translating suffering to the shared page, with Jeanne Murray Walker.           Great suffering took Jeanne Walker to a land she did not know—where she had to wait.             In America, waiting is not acceptable. Our society honors … Continue reading

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Festival of Faith & Writing update

  So many amazing folks I had the privilege to talk with and to listen to during the sessions. One of the first speakers: Eugene Peterson: Poet & Pastor on Patmos. He spoke of a time when he entered the … Continue reading

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Final day of writing conference

Speak now, for your servants are listening, God. .

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