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Favorite Pic of the Eclipse from

OK. When you write fiction, you lose track of time … place … and maybe even … reality. I really intended to see the eclipse … but I was writing. I even had my vegetable strainer ready to show the crescents without looking. See the strainer example! So here is my daily connection to the […]

How Often Do You Find a True Kindred Spirit?

  As a first-time author, having someone, anyone, read my book felt like I was offering my own child as a sacrifice. Will they like it? Will they immediately point out the weak spots I know are there? Or have I gotten something totally wrong? Recently, I purchased a bundle of reviews through a group of […]

Milk-Jug Reasoning

As I fixed breakfast this morning, George was reading to me from a book he recently found at Half Price Books, God in the Dock by C. S. Lewis. The title of the book has to do with the English term referring to a person on trial standing “in the dock” while giving testimony of […]

  • January 15, 2016
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There’s No Place Like Home, But Some Places Outclass the Others!

I’ve seen a wayside sleeping quarters that I would surely have to be utterly desperate to try! A caravansary between Jerusalem and Jericho above the Wadi Qelt. I can only imagine snakes or scorpions as bedmates! One completely on the other end of the accommodations spectrum is: The Endearing Face of Montgomery