Sometimes a little faith is all we need to find our way. Where it comes from is usually subtle and not so obvious. This was something I had written and illustrated a very long time ago. With all the changes that I’ve been faced with of late, it is just as pertinent now as it […]
I had received a request to consider participating in a writing process blog hop by Jeri Walker–Bickett. At first I thought, me, really?” What could I possibly add to the discussion about the writing process? After talking with Jeri, she assured me that I indeed had something to contribute, especially based on the fact that […]
With the year is almost over, by a few days, I lament. One of my favorite movies is “The Bucket List” with Jack Nicholson & Morgan Freeman. If you haven’t seen it, I highly recommend you do. The movie points out in a very effective way the fact that we don’t take the opportunity to do the things we truly desire or the things that are important to our families…
Finding our way through life involves an equal share of joy and woe. The stories we often tell each other throughout the journey help us make sense of it all. The childhood memories collected here act as self-discovery guideposts for the author and reader alike. The deceptively simple lessons shed light on the power stories have to shape and connect us.
It’s fun to open a fortune cookie to see what our fortune will be. Many times we get some inane fortune that says something like “you are a great person with a good personality”. However, every now and then we get one that hits home at just the right time that seems to speak just […]