Laughter Lifts the Heart
Several years into it, and this blog still refuses to be categorized. It's eclectic and includes everything from writing posts to snippets from my ordinary life.
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Free on Kindle during the week of April 12, 2020! All the novellas in A Southern Season, including my 2019 Selah Award finalist, Ice Melts in Spring, are set in the great American south, from the Gulf of Mexico, where … Continue reading
From my own Selah Finalist, Ice Melts in Spring, to Ane Mulligan’s Christmas delight, A Magnolia Blooms in Winter, with Eva Marie Everson’s Lillie Beth in Summer and Claire Fullerton’s Through an Autumn Window, all four wonderful stories in this collection can be … Continue reading
By now, I reckon everyone knows I’ve been battling insurance companies and cancer this year. Basically, I’m good, now. I rang the bell signalling the last of my radiation treatments a couple of weeks ago. All that’s left is 12 … Continue reading
This time of year belongs to MSB. Always has. In our 23 years of marriage (we just had an anniversary on November 30), the bulk of November and December have belonged to the man. I thought I had this week all planned … Continue reading
Went to the doctor yesterday–all the news was good, in a way. I’m not getting better, but I’m not getting worse either. My infection indicator had sky-rocketed when the “little surprise” cropped up, but fell back down to where it … Continue reading
I hate to say this since many of my friends write devotionals, but generally speaking, I don’t like them. Awful, isn’t it? But so many devotionals just make me feel guilty. Usually, after a long, touching story, the author asks … Continue reading