Let’s be honest. I hate exercising. It isn’t just rheumatoid arthritis that makes it hard to do (because it does). I’ve always hated doing exercising. I prefer to be on the couch curled up with a good book and a decent cup of coffee. It has, however, been pointed out by several well-meaning (if not
Bookworms are a picky lot. We know what we like in books and we’re thankful – but not ecstatic – when someone gives us a book as a present. Especially if it’s in a genre or by an author we can’t stand. You could always give them an Amazon gift card because who am I
Perseverance and hope go a long way, especially when dealing with kids. For example, my son’s quest to obtain his driver’s license concluded a week ago. For those unaware of the Driver’s License Saga of 2017, my eldest son sought to take his final driving test not once, not twice, but three times. Perseverance paid off
Happy Easter, my friends! As many of you know, Easter is when we celebrate the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, our messiah.
April is National Letter Writing Month. Unlike International Correspondence Month, you don’t have to write a letter every day. Nope. All you need to do is sit down and send out a letter to someone, sometime, this month. Read on for letter writing supplies, glimpses into the letter writing past, and why we need to
Did you know that January 9th is Word Nerd Day? Yeah, I didn’t either. That’s okay, now that we know about it, we can celebrate it, right? Right! So, what’s a Word Nerd anyway? The Urban Dictionary has seven definitions but #3 is my favorite.
This year, instead of asking for one or two things, I’ve put some subscription boxes on my Christmas wish list. It’s not just a single gift but one that just keeps on giving throughout the year. I probably have enough stationery to last me a lifetime but I don’t care. I love having a variety to
I am thrilled to be one of four authors of Christmas Lights, a collection of four inspiring Christian novellas. I’ve read the authors’ stories and they are amazing — full of warmth and laughter. Here’s a snippet of what you’ll find in the collection:
I know it’s now March. I’m sorry. I blinked and suddenly February was over and I’m heading into spring. What?! Where’d the time go? I’ll probably miss most of that because spring lasts for about two weeks before summer arrives. Anyway, I spent February nose deep in edits for Spilled Ink, reading, and other daily tasks. A few