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May 22, 2017

Yes Fear

Yes Fear

I know it is ‘No’. No Fear. The slogan is plastered everywhere, particularly on the rear window of large pickup trucks. It makes me wonder why the drivers of said trucks need a reminder and what fear it is they are driving against, but that’s another blog for another day. Those who have heard my […]

May 11, 2017

When I Am Me

When I Am Me

  Perhaps the only thing better than heading out is heading home. Born an adventurer, heading out is in my veins. Born to be a mom, heading home is a dream. One that sometimes comes true. Those who know a bit of my story know I began to love Ireland, the UK and Europe early […]

April 10, 2017

Signed, Sealed and Delivered

Signed, Sealed and Delivered

Ah, those colorful doors of Ireland! Whether you’ve been to the fair island or not you’ve seen them in photos, door after cheery door painted bright blue, red, yellow or green. On a fine soft day, a day of lashing rain or in the clear, bright sunshine, these doors evoke a smile. Inviting, yes. Whimsical, […]

April 3, 2017

Rahab’s Mighty Little Faith

Rahab's Mighty Little Faith

Moses, the great and fearless leader of old.  Can you imagine having as much faith as Moses? He was a great leader, but at the moment of destiny he was not fearless. In fact he was so intimidated he got permission from God for his brother Aaron to do the talking while he did the miracles. Have you ever […]

February 28, 2017

Measuring Up

Measuring Up

I won! The competition was intense and having traveled a long way, I knew focus and concentration were required despite my travel fatigue. Looking around the room I took quick stock of those who had gathered and realized the odds were stacked against me as I was one of the oldest in the room This […]

February 14, 2017

Be Sure You Bring Yourself Wherever Yourself Goes

Be Sure You Bring Yourself Wherever Yourself Goes

  That’s it. I’m meant to be a romance novelist. No more poetry for me, it’s all romance from now on. Well, if I go that route I should maybe start reading romance novels, which don’t interest me at all. Maybe I can write romantic poems. There are lots of those but never enough, it […]

October 10, 2016

A Matter Of The Heart

A Matter Of The Heart

  Everyone loves a good laugh! The Bible lists Joy as a source of strength, and I, for one, have just had a much needed fire-hose drip line of joy. I say it that way because I was in a setting where many serious and pressing issues were being addressed in prayer and worship: it wasn’t a […]

October 4, 2016

The Amber Wineskin of Autumn

The Amber Wineskin of Autumn

  Realizing many of my blog followers are from the southern hemisphere and therefore headed into springtime, I can’t help but write about autumn, surrounded as I am by amber aspen leaves. This is my first Colorado autumn. Familiar as I am to the brilliant orange and then red of maples and oaks, to be in […]

September 19, 2016

Drop The Crayon, Pardner!

Drop The Crayon, Pardner!

What it all comes down to is this: No matter what it is we offer the Lord, it is already His. We just have the privilege of offering back a portion of what He gave us. Even crayons. Well. If confession is good for the soul mine is about to have a wonderful week because […]

July 26, 2016

A Chip Off The Old Rock

A Chip Off The Old Rock

How much easier life is, how much less stress we live under, when we know we have a certain shape and form for a reason! There is something in the air right now causing many to wonder where they belong, how God can use them, or even if He can or will. May you Love […]

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