Monthly Archives: November 2011

Recipe for a Humble Life

I was looking through my recipe box today, and I found a long-forgotten, much beloved recipe I’d like to share with you as we approach this holiday season. I wrote this recipe when I was 18, just having left home … Continue reading

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Book Review: BLACKWELL

I had the great privilege of reading an early draft edition of Blackwell: the Encounter Begins, by Michael E. Gunter. The end product is absolutely AWESOME! Michael’s book actually inspired me to write my novel. So, for those of you … Continue reading

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Veteran’s Day

I am very thankful for those who lay aside their dreams, families, careers, and even their lives as they serve our country in the military. Thank you! Thank you! For Memorial Day this year, I meditated on the too short … Continue reading

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Twitter, FB, Blogging, and the Need to be Known

I think born in each of us is an emptiness, the need to be known. As a child, it is fulfilled by our parents, siblings, and extended family as we grow and develop. One has to spend only a short … Continue reading

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