Sermon: Second Sunday of Easter

Church, Sermons


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Disability-related, Finding Helper

Woodlands Online Jobs Market – Job Listing – Part-Time Care…  #HelpLisa

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Guess Who Is in the Wheelchair Today?


        Happy Monday! I am celebrating, indeed! Today is the first time I have been in the wheelchair for anything other than going to the emergency room in about 10 billion years. Okay, it was only mid-January or late January. It just feels like a reprieve from a horizontal prison. Maybe I…

I Have Been Missing in Action

Church, This Website, Writing

I haven’t been in this blog since early January. Part of that is because I was just goofing around, avoiding writing and writing blogs. Six weeks of that time, I was in the hospital. READ THIS for more gory details. Catching up from being in the hospital is taking more time than I planned, to…

Trying to Let a Snowflake Fractal into My Life


I have been hearing about “the Snowflake Method” of plotting a novel for years. Once I even dedicated a whole five minutes to trying a snowflake outline, but it didn’t work for me. (Five minutes is not what it takes to do this process! It takes that long to think about thinking about taking step…

Review: Spirituality of the Cross Revised Edition


Spirituality of the Cross Revised Edition by Gene Edward Veith Jr. My rating: 5 of 5 stars I tend to reread this every few years. It’s worth my time to do so this regularly. For starters, it is encouraging. It is so refreshing to reread how much effort GOD HIMSELF has put into our salvation,…

My RESOLUTIONS for the year…

Books, This Website, Uncategorized

Writing and Reading still go hand in hand, at least in my head. Reading is easier for me, unless I’m doing it with a specific purpose. That makes it easier for me to simplify things, I’m combining my multilayered lists into one simple one. It will combine reading and writing goals. That doesn’t mean that…

Writers and Teachers = READERS


Two old sayings need to be combined: All writers are readers. All teachers are readers. Ever so often, I may let you into part of my current reading lists. Maybe, I think.

Here I Am


Happy Thursday, I think! I hope everything is going well in your world. My own has a few bumps, and I will discuss those another day. My writing… Is at a standstill for a while. I had to take some time to juggle stuff, and I will go back to it. Of course, I’m always…

Lisa's bookshelf: currently-reading

Great Expectations
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