I recently attended the sentencing hearing of a man who plead guilty to the sex trafficking of three teenage girls. I was well informed of the crimes and had an image in my mind as to what this man would look like. What I saw was not the face of pure evil that I had... Continue Reading →
I have so many exciting things to tell you all. The first is that I am a guest blogger today on one of the most beautiful blogs I have ever seen. Check me out on Cordially Court http://cordiallycourt.com/time-management-secret-for-moms/ Second, The Light is a free download on Kindle until tomorrow night (8/16/16). If you have friends who... Continue Reading →
I had a dream about a person I know who is very physically attractive. In the dream the person looked nothing like they do in this world. Their face was deformed and almost melted looking with bones moved and flesh loose. A voice told me that this is how this person truly looks, sort of... Continue Reading →
Every time I am asked this question, and that has been a lot lately, I think of my high school pottery teacher, Mr. Ludwig. At some point during our four-year journey together, I was complaining that I didn’t have enough time to do whatever it was he was asking me to do. He very wisely... Continue Reading →
I found out this morning that someone very dear to my family passed away late Saturday night. She was someone who meant a great deal to my sons, as well as my husband and I. We each prayed for her healing during family prayer time and I, in my nightly alone time with God, outright... Continue Reading →
I am happy to announce The Light is now available at amazon.com You can click on this link to begin reading.
I’ve had a hard time deciding what this first random thoughts entry should be about. Should it be about the challenges of publishing for the first time, the beautiful eggplant I’m growing, the heartaches friends are experiencing and me to some extent with them, or maybe about The Light and how I am both excited... Continue Reading →
Bria Ford, a college student with a distant wealthy father and the seemingly perfect boyfriend, is driving to Florida with her three best friends, but they never arrive. In the predawn hours of Thanksgiving, a bright light flashes and everything electronic stops. Stranded on a frozen highway, the group’s only hope rests in two strangers;... Continue Reading →