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A Beautiful Wreck: Book Review “An Emotional Powerhouse” Types of Reviews I Do: Once in awhile I agree to post a review in my blog. Sometimes my review focuses on a memoir written by a person who copes with blindness, especially
Is God Faithful? Can I Trust Him When I’m in a Time Crunch? Sometimes my word-wrestling leaves me exhausted and I delete whole paragraphs with little to show for a day’s work. I wasn’t meeting my self-imposed deadlines, couldn’t manage
Target Market for Mobility Matters Who is Drawn to My Book? 35-Day Author Blog Challenge – Day 21 Ultra / Ultimate Blog Challenge – Day 3 I’ve been counting down the days until the 1st anniversary of my book, Mobility Matters: Stepping Out
Derek Rabelo’s Story Beyond Sight Looking for some encouragement, I came across Derek’s story and knew at once that I had to share it. Not only is it the perfect summer story, it goes beyond … summer, beyond seasons … and,
Today I’m blessed to be featured on a blog called “Freed to Fly,” a beautiful blog geared toward those who are hurting and trying to heal. I met the author, Trudy Van Hoed, a few years ago in Kansas City at
Spotlight on Luke Gamble “The Man Behind the Song” I initially learned about Luke becoming a guest and being honored on the Today Show through my vision support group and I shared his story last week. I posted videos of
From Around the World Costa Rica “Dare to do the Unexpected” Three short staccato rings reverberated throughout the small apartment before I could pick up the phone. I stood, beach towel in one hand and the receiver in the other.
Today’s post is a poem about coping with my first winter home in decades. I started a career of teaching ESL (English as a Second Language) overseas. Sunshine and palm trees was the kind of climate I grew accustomed to during
I notice a pattern in these kinds of things. Something I expected to fall into place goes terribly wrong, and I think, oh no, my life is ruined. Nothing is going to work out.