• Jun. 22nd, 2010 Living Into God’s Story – Part 2

    Story trumps all. At least, it does for me. I come from a long line of readers. My Pa loved Zane Grey. My Granny – well, Granny’s den could pass for a Christian bookstore. She reads all the time. My parents and sister are avid readers. Reading is in my blood. My mother claims that even [ read more ]

  • Jun. 18th, 2010 Living Into God’s Story – Part 1

    I come from a long line of storytellers. My great-grandfather on my dad’s side of the family, Pa Everett (shown here with my great-grandmother, my Pa, my dad, and a very small me) knew how to tell a story. I have no idea how much formal education he had. He was a stonemason and a good one. But he [ read more ]

  • Jun. 9th, 2010 Grace Not Yet Discovered

    Twenty years ago today, I turned 16. I remember the day clearly for several reasons. My family threw me a surprise party and . . . I caught my hair on fire when I blew out the candles! Really. What can I say? It was 1990. I used a lot of hairspray. I’ve been thinking [ read more ]

  • May. 25th, 2010 Further Proof that I am Weird

    image courtesy of photobucket.com Are you laughing? Thinking – “yeah, like we needed more proof”? Well, it’s true. I am weird. I accept this about myself. But every now and then, something happens to confirm my weirdness. I understand some of it better than I did before. While at Blue Ridge, the amazing Vonda Skelton shared with [ read more ]

  • May. 21st, 2010 Blue Ridge Friday

    Don’t worry. I’m not confused. I know the conference ended Thursday. Technically. But I think it may take a few weeks to get back to normal. My husband and children were so glad to have me home. They had flowers and a plan for supper that did not include cooking! I so appreciate their – [ read more ]