As is true for me each Sunday evening–but perhaps more so at the beginning of a new year or the start of each month–I begin planning. Not only do I plan for the week ahead, but I map out my monthly goals. Most of what I plan influences those closest to me because of the […]
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Here are the titles I read in December. It was a relaxing month of simply reading books for fun. To Darkness and to Death and All Mortal Flesh by Julia Spencer-Fleming: Five Stars. I enjoy the character juxtapose of chief of police, Russ Van Alstyne, and Reverend Clare Fergusson. These are books four and five. […]
This is the twenty-fifth poem I have written for my mother’s Christmas card. It marks the end of another year, and one we are unlikely to forget. May we remember Who makes all things new according to His will and for His glory. Behold, I am doing a new thing; now it springs forth, do […]
In case you are wondering, the background noise is one or both of my Labrador Retrievers snoring. My guess is that they will make themselves known throughout these readings in one way or another. I could not have completed this book without Kingsman Editing Services and DRIVEN Digital Services. I highly recommend them for editing, […]
November was a slow reading month for me, partly because I released a new book of my own. I also switched up how and in what format I was reading. I used my Audible books while walking the dogs or cleaning and less when doing my knitting or art journaling. I read a paperback when […]
This is the first poem I wrote for my mom’s Christmas card twenty-five years ago.