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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Circle Bar Ranch Coloring Book
A Southern Season
Skydiving to Love: a Novella
The Cat Lady’s Secret
Writing in Obedience
Tag Archives: cooking
Thanks to the Food Network, we’re getting introduced to a wide variety of new ingredients from the world over. Some of them are a curiosity, especially to author LoRee Peery~~~ I call myself a lump in the kitchen, even though … Continue reading
Multi-pubbed Romance author, Davalynn Spencer, shares a high altitude tale, a cobbler recipe (which I’ve made before and love!), and a chance to win her newest Heartsong release, The Rancher’s Second Chance. Be sure to leave a comment! ~~~~~ When I married … Continue reading
From the remarkable and multi-talented author, Pegg Thomas, comes a Thanksgiving tale of woe, where one must ask: Was everyone really thankful for this dinner? ~~~~~ I’m a pretty good cook. No, I’m not bragging, just being honest. Thanksgiving at our … Continue reading
Today’s “Cooking Calamity” post comes from a friend on ChristianWriters.com. I’ve read Sonya Contreras’ writing, and all I can say is, “Look out! Another exceptional author is making her way to the market!” Avoiding Catastrophes My boys eat anything that … Continue reading
Paula Mowery, author of The Blessing Seer and the soon-to-be-released novel Be the Blessing, has a newlywed cooking story to top all newlywed cooking stories. Get ready for a giggle! ~~~~~ As a newlywed, I wanted to make a good impression on … Continue reading
Anyone who has read my blog for a while may have seen the author of this Cooking Calamity in the comments section. Cecilia Marie Pulliam, “Ceci,” is one of my favorite supporters and prayer warriors. She’s special–just like her sense … Continue reading
This Friday’s “Cooking Calamities” post is a shortie by author Joanne Tailele. Her husband was in for a sad, sad meal~~~ When I first got married, at age seventeen, I had no idea how to cook. I sat for hours … Continue reading
I have a soul sister in fellow Women’s Fiction author, Yvonne Anderson. She says: “I like just everything about food except cleaning up after it.” Yep. I agree 100%! Yvonne is my guest today for my weekly Cooking Calamity posts. Remember: if … Continue reading
So, this is either the last of the “Linda’s Out-of-Town” posts or the first of the Friday “Cooking Calamities” posts. Like I’ve been saying all week (prescheduled, of course, and yes, with a bit of cut-and-paste involved), we had so … Continue reading