Monthly Archives: June 2014

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

“Some folks look at me and see a certain swagger, which in Texas is called walking.”  ~George W. Bush A smile lifted my mouth when I read this quote from our former president. I could actually see him walking! Isn’t it … Continue reading

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Summer Reading!

Happy Saturday to all our Faith-filled friends! We’ve got fun news to share with you, and just in time for the Fourth of July! Sweet Freedom book one is currently free on Amazon! Get it here! Words hurt. Fears debilitate. … Continue reading

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Daddy’s Hands by Eileen Rife

                  In honor of my father, now in heaven, I’m sharing an article titled “Daddy’s Hands” that I wrote 15 years ago and gifted to Dad who was 87 at the time. … Continue reading

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Better Than A Bodyguard

As of last month, I have three teenagers in my home. Thankfully, my oldest turned twenty the day before Christmas so I don’t have four. She is living in an apartment while earning her Bachelor of Fine Arts in photography … Continue reading

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Glorious Discomfort

At first glance, the building didn’t look so scary. If it had, my friend and I probably wouldn’t have gone in. Or at least we would’ve prayed long and hard before we did. But shortly after we’d stepped into the dark … Continue reading

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