Monthly Archives: March 2014

A Heart Of Fear

Back in February, I was up late one night writing a post for Elaine Stock’s blog Everyone’s Story. It was difficult to say the least, spilling my heart and fears onto the page. So much so I almost didn’t send … Continue reading

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 Beauty sat across from me during a fund-raising dinner.  Dark eyes full of life. Slender hands illustrating her stories. Shoulder comfortably nestled into her husband. Seemingly confident in her own skin. Yet as we conversed, I learned that this dear … Continue reading

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Don’t Make Me Come Down There!

Isaiah 1:19—If you are willing and obedient, you will eat the best from the land. The young mother pointed a finger at her child, who stood across the room. One tiny hand hovered over the flowering plant he’d been told—repeatedly—not … Continue reading

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The Making of a Writer

It’s no secret, I love books. In fact, this affinity could border on an obsession. Or an addiction. Likely both. Actually, I love words period. When I was a kid, my dad and I would go for walks. Skips, actually, … Continue reading

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What’re you lookin’ at?

by Carole Towriss      My family and I recently returned from a visit to Disneyworld. We always stay at the Fort Wilderness campground in the cabins, mostly because that’s the only place where all six of us can stay … Continue reading

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