Do you ever feel like you need to "circle the wagons"? I heard my friend say that when she was facing something that would impact her whole family. Usually, things dealing with money and the need to gather the family together and have a plan to face a difficult season ahead. I said that to… Continue reading Circle the wagons
Here's a snippet of my first book Calling all Zombies. Chapter one Jacob pressed the phone to his ear, straining to hear the soft voice begging him to keep her secret. “Please, Jake. I have to go but promise you won't tell. Promise you'll keep quiet. I won't do it again. I… Continue reading A small serving of Zombie
Not long ago I was teaching my son Matthew how to drive. Yikes! Here in Oregon we have many gray days and I told him that he needs to always have his headlights on even during the day. At first he was a bit cocky saying "I don't need the lights, I see just fine.… Continue reading Light to see by
Anyone on the other side of a 911 call knows what it is like to listen with all your might to that life line. The voice on the other end is suddenly the most precious voice of all. When life and death hang in the balance, people tend to pay attention. It's the little things… Continue reading Looking for Life
So I was watching the pilot movie to the TV show Kung Fu yesterday and it was just as I remembered. Caine talked too slow. But aside from that annoyance was the story. I was reminded of what it means to be a student under a master. Master Kan told young Caine that in the… Continue reading Kung Fu too?
Ok, Let's talk about gray. I always looked at the color gray as being in between black and white. Life is not black and white. Neither is the middle. We often swing between opposites. I was once painting my bathroom for my daycare kids to use and I chose canary yellow and purple. I must have… Continue reading Between two colors