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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Give the Lady a Ride
The Final Ride
Ride to the Altar
Circle Bar Ranch Coloring Book
A Southern Season
Skydiving to Love: a Novella
The Cat Lady’s Secret
Writing in Obedience
Tag Archives: Christmas
Okay, so I’m late to be writing a review of a Christmas collection, but I was late reading it. In December 2019—Christmas had already passed—I found Jessica Ferguson’s book in my Kindle. Jess is a dear, personal friend of mine, … Continue reading
It’s the day after Christmas. I’m sixteen and still in bed at nine in the morning. My brother’s in the military and not home this year. Yesterday, we had our Christmas, just the three of us: Daddy, Mom, and me. … Continue reading
The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf I’d never heard of this company before I watched the episode featuring its CEO, John Fuller. Actually, I’d never watched Undercover Boss before, so both were new to me. Of course, anyone who knows me understands … Continue reading
With Christmas so close, I’m having a hard time concentrating on work. Frankly, up until December 12, I had a hard time not concentrating on work, meaning I got more writing done than holiday stuff, and now I’m scrambling to get things … Continue reading
Do you send Christmas cards? I decided to this year–first time in a long time. I decided if I wanted to get any (and I do), I need to send some out. But I wondered if people send them anymore. Americans … Continue reading
Her country swarmed with strangers. Her religion was both diluted with foreign ways and saturated with ritual. Her God had been silent for generations. Until one night, one amazing night, when she discovered she’d found favor with Him, that He … Continue reading
So far, this holiday season is going just as it should, right on schedule. Everyone has been sick at least once, the presents are bought but waiting to be wrapped and mailed, the Christmas letter is written but is not … Continue reading
We bought the last of the presents today, wrapped them, and got them to the post office to be delivered (fingers crossed) in time for Christmas. Mom’s presents are wrapped and ready for delivery, her cards and ours are addressed … Continue reading