Happy Thanksgiving! For us this holiday comes a week after adopting our foster child. Some readers may remember some of the more harrowing events of the past three years — years filled with doubt, fear and moral dilemmas. This summer after a host of obstacles (some created by the system and some by us), we…
MY MESSAGE TO EVERYONE is to NEVER STOP SEEKING PURPOSE! Never settle for what others think is enough for you.
“Is that the way religious types talk all the time? Do you ever have normal talk or do you have to bring God into every little thing? It’s damned annoying—and off-putting, I might add.”
Miss Peckham’s mistake was sympathizing with a drunk.
Welcome to Family Histories, a series of guest posts by some of my favorite bloggers in which they explore family . . . and history. The families and the histories are sometimes the writers’ own and sometimes not. Today’s post is from THE MUSCLEHEADED BLOG. Chris never fails to amuse me with his mix of…
“What about me? Don’t you care for me?” Ginny’s chin quivered, and she took the bottle from William.
Welcome to Family Histories, a series of guest posts by some of my favorite bloggers in which they explore family . . . and history. The families and the histories are sometimes the writers’ own and sometimes not. Today we get a glimpse into JUDITH BARROW‘S inspiration for writing her family trilogy: Thank you for…
As Thankful hung the last diaper, she heard Fahy’s laughter in the front parlor. Forgetting how she looked, she ran inside, trailing suds and sand behind her. “Thankful, you look a caution!” Fahy said with a grin. He liked the way she looked.
As many of you know MY NOVELS are set in Civil War and post-Civil War America. I thought it would be fun each week to focus on a different year of music from 1860-1900. Maybe my characters were listening to these songs back in the day. ENJOY.
Now as Thankful scrubbed shit far from her family, she wondered why she had traveled a great distance only to immerse her hands in dirty laundry water again.