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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See the lady in white? She’s been in the USA only three years. Her Polish accent is so thick, I had to listen hard to understand what she said. But her joy while she joined the Polish folk dancers was … Continue reading
Whenever I’m involved in a novel, I find cute things related to it everywhere I look–and, of course, I have to have them, whatever they are. This time, I collected a group of things that I’m going to give away … Continue reading
As I’ve said before, I didn’t intend for Give the Lady a Ride to be a series. I’ll be taking a course on creating a series at the ACFW Conference this August, but for now, I just had to wing it. … Continue reading
Although you can read The Final Ride without reading Give the Lady a Ride first, to catch all the fun, it’s best to read them in order. For those who don’t know it already, I’ll share with you where the idea for Give the … Continue reading
Let me start with the words this is not our ranch. But my mother’s family had one that looked very much like this, located between Stephenville, Texas, and the tiny town of Hico. We sold the ranch several years ago, after … Continue reading
I feel certain most people have more exciting vacations than we do. Go to more exotic places, engage in more thrilling activities, create more intense memories. We’re quieter people. From our home in the woods by the pond in East … Continue reading
Had to show you what the farm looked like in the spring. When you drive through the gate, you’re on a hill covered with rye grass and summer hay, so everything from the hill is down and away. With the … Continue reading
As the interim Director of Development of the National Academy of Sciences, Mary Dillard is an up-and-comer in Washington, DC. She’s chic, cosmopolitan, intelligent–and occasionally unsure of herself. Her parents died when she was young, and her teen years were … Continue reading