House Arrest

Is there such a thing as a harmless crime? If so… I would like to commit that and be on house arrest. I would happily wear whatever ankle bracelet tracking system the judge… Continue reading

NOT Overwhelmed

My plate of to-do’s is about as full as my husband’s dinner plate usually is… and that’s dang full. Recently I started feeling very overwhelmed. I wrote about it yesterday. This is MY… Continue reading

Overwhelmed

Yesterday ended well. Sure, I stayed up too late. But Phoenix and I lounged around and watched pointless shows, sucked at Jeopardy and Wheel of Fortune, and chatted about all things from prom… Continue reading

Unabashedly Pro-Life

I have always been pro-life (However cliche the terms on both sides of the aisle have become. Rather than being Pro-Life, I think maybe I’ll start claiming to be Anti-Baby-Murder) Anyways, It all… Continue reading

Trust Steadily

1 Corinthians 13:13… Trust steadily in God, hope unswervingly, love extravagantly. I don’t know what version of the Bible this interpretation is from, or if someone just added their own twist to it.… Continue reading

My Writing Oath

I get hung up so easily. Pinning wisdom on my Writing Board, reading articles about the best medium for ‘writing’, exploring surveys on what type of blog I should write, or what the… Continue reading

Just Let Me Be

I keep thinking that I can’t do this again. But then I realize that I can, and I will… if I must. I am struggling, and I’m not even the one with cancer.… Continue reading

“We’re Going to Live on… We Will Survive!”

Today, a Facebook friend posted a series of pictures of Barack Obama taken during his presidency. Anyone that has read my previous blog posts knows that I am not an Obama girl. But… Continue reading

The Art of Forgetting One’s Self

This morning I woke up at 4:30am. Wide awake. Feeling pretty good. But it wasn’t time to get up for two hours. I laid in bed and thought about what I might do… Continue reading

The Great Divorce; A Profound Novel for the Ages

The Great Divorce, by C.S Lewis, is where the Magic School Bus meets the Twilight Zone. You can find this short story in the literature and religion section of your bookstore, but the… Continue reading