As the winter’s sharply cold weather said goodbye, the spring change was drawing closer, taunting us with new hope for a fresh season blooming with life. Something good had gotten a hold of this mama and she felt a surge of energy and inspiration that had been buried beneath a heavy weight deep inside. They … More The Trucker’s Wife :: Part 5
I have a question for you, friend. Do you ever just feel the urge to hit the pause button on life? Because it goes by zippingly quick. My oldest child, my son, is about to hit the double one’s mark in a few days and it has me realizing how short our time on this … More #MondayManifesto :: 3 Tips for Workoholic Writers.
Her eyes ran across the text she had just received from a dear friend. Giving the food on the stove a quick stir, she tapped the spoon against the edge of it. The steam rose up and filled her nose with an aroma she was grateful for. The kids ran about, though they should have … More The Trucker’s Wife :: Part 4
In the weeks to come throughout the rest of this year I will be writing about “writing” on Mondays. People and Prose is a #MondayManifesto sharing and celebrating writers and writing, bloggers and blogging, and other resourceful places I come across along the way. You can find the previous posts above under #writer. Since … More #MondayManifesto :: Thank you for baring your soul, bloggers.
My four year old was feeling better, we got our dog back from the vet, school work was through and the evening knocked at my door. Feeling like a young child inside because free time around here doesn’t happen as much I’d like, I went to my room to fish through the Netflix shows hoping … More A Tale of Transforming Taste Buds
When our identity feels like a tossed salad and our worth feels like a zero, Grace is ready to crash in and wreck all the labels and lies. He will hold our hands in the hard times that others may never know we are experiencing. But here’s the kicker: God’s people are His hands & feet. Will … More If You Feel Beat Up, Shipwrecked and Like Hope is on Probation.
Our Imaginations Are A Gift Like any gift, they can be squandered or put to good use. Recently, I took further steps to put up proper boundaries to keep focused on the task at hand. I had to uninstall the Twitter app from my phone because I was getting too tempted to check all … More What Are We Fixated On?