On the Road to Publishing My First Novel I'm going to be honest here. I'm working towards getting my novel ready for self publishing, and want people to feel that they're helping make this thing a reality. So I set up an email listing so people can get cool stuff while also helping make this … Continue reading Sign Up and Help an Indie Author
To my beautiful daughter, Thea. May you know your strength. May your steps be full of passion and wisdom. May you show the world what it means to honor God and mankind. May your beauty be surpassed only by your intellect and kindness. Wonderful girl, shake the foundations and be a light to others.
We just want to share our passion with the world and find people who like it...
We are surrounded by a world that is generating uncertainty.
I was trying to get my daughter ready for church this past Sunday morning, and she was being fairly cooperative. That is, until I tried to put her pants on. She and I both suffer from what I like to call sweet skin. Mosquitoes love us for some reason. And she had a large … Continue reading The More We Scratch, The More We Itch
My Monster and Me He goes where I go. He sees what I see. Then he tells me to do things that just aren't me. I know what I ought to do. I know what would make me free. But my monster he sees things much differently.
My daughter turns 2 today (your prayers are appreciated). She is strong, independent, smart, beautiful, funny, clever, and athletic. And my life has never been the same since she arrived.
A marriage is two messy people making a beautiful mess together.
God is there in our mess. He's not afraid of the crap we've made of ourselves. He doesn't balk at a little dirty work. He sits in the flower bed, planting the seeds, pulling the weeds, removing the pests, and watering his creation. He prunes the excess. He shapes the vines. He watches his work … Continue reading God is in the Mess
17 years later. I can still remember the way I felt sitting in my high school classroom, wondering where our world was headed. 17 years later, I'm still asking the same questions.