You know what I think of when I stay as a guest in someone else's home and they have washcloths available in the guest bath? Finally! Another sane person. How do people live without washcloths? And really, why would they want to?
My husband and I had a conversation last night, and it went pretty deep. Then this afternoon, as I like to do, I had my afternoon drink- usually coffee or tea, and a snack. I'm Hungarian, Irish, Swedish and British mostly, so it must be in my blood. That afternoon stopping point in most days… Continue reading Hygge Life
So, it's National Foster Care Awareness Month, and as my husband and I used to be foster parents, were both in foster care as children, and have an adopted son from foster care, it feels great to welcome this guest blogger today. Meet Katie, an author and mother, who is very much involved in foster… Continue reading Guest Post: Katie Cruice Smith, Author
Hey, just in time for Father's Day! Or maybe a son at a graduation of any sort...at any rate, what a fabulous book for men. Our culture is in serious trouble, and this book is a timely mentor- an accountability partner, as I see it. A lack of character and integrity in general is hurting… Continue reading Words And Deeds Review
After a long, hard, cruel winter, spring is here full-force. It's shaken me out of the grief I was feeling buried under. Sunshine and baby animals and tomato plants will do that to any normal human being. I'm in the process of writing a novel, just about 57,000 words in, writing a Bible study,… Continue reading Late Spring On The Ranch
Heidi Chiavaroli put her heart and soul into the pages of this novel. It was a slow burn for me to start, and when the fire got going, boy did it burn. I hated to leave the pages for anything else after I became engrossed in the stories of life-like characters, facing huge issues… Continue reading The Hidden Side Review