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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It doesn’t get old, holding the fruits of your labor in your hands, flipping through the pages and thinking, I wrote this! What surprises me is how long it took. The other day, I was looking through some old blog posts, … Continue reading
In a small town, like Dogwood, Texas, everybody knows everybody. Roger and Lauren went to the same high school as Scott and Emily, and were in the youth group in the same church Micah now preaches in. Friends then, friends … Continue reading
Come June 6, you’ll have your own opportunity to wander the charming streets of Dogwood, Texas, and meet all the folks who populate the town. But for now, I’m giving you a quick intro to some of my favorite characters. … Continue reading
Not people, pets. He’s the goodlookin’ single veterinarian in Dogwood, Texas. Among his patients are Puddin’, the Yorkshire Terror with a bacon addiction, and Porki, the pot bellied pig with a gas problem, not to mention the stray cats Millie brings to … Continue reading
Ah, Spring! The time of year when the ground begins to thaw, the birds begin to sing, and thousands of kids across the nation start dreaming of dirt and diamonds. Baseball diamonds, that is. You may not know this about … Continue reading
The Victorian, particularly the Queen Anne Victorian like the one here, is my absolute favorite design. Can’t afford one, don’t want to have to renovate or maintain one, but oh, how I’d love to explore one! Do you know what … Continue reading