A Shift in Focus Beyond Vision Loss Dear Reader. I wanted to share a few ideas with you. First of all, if you’ve been following me regularly, you’ll know that last year was a pivotal year in my life with
Seeking Solace: Finding Joy After Loss Brand New Book! I’m excited to announce my upcoming book, “Seeking Solace: Finding Joy After Loss” is nearly ready! I didn’t realize until today’s blog post that my title matches Matthew 7:7 (Seek and
Small Business Saturday Rustic Furniture with Don in Fairview, PA Small Business Saturday In anticipation for Small Business Saturday. I would like to feature my brother, who has been working hard to turn his working man’s hobby into a business.
Writing devotionals that impact take work. Putting hard experiences to pen and paper and showing how one comes out on the other end doesn’t happen in a linear fashion–or maybe that’s just me–but God gives us strength and the words
F R I D A Y F R I E N D S SPOTLIGHT ON HOLLY BONNER “Blind Motherhood helps prospective blind parents learn the in’s and out’s for all things baby.” My Visual Disability My visual disability evolved over
This is another excerpt from my Work In Progress, Gratitude in Overcoming Obstacles: Faith Pushes You Through due to come out later this year. The devotional, “Like Water in The Desert” comes from my second section: Coping With Divorce. ***
The Right Perspective Part 2 At the Hearing Aid Office The next day I checked my phone and found a missed call from the hearing aid lady. I quickly called back but had to leave a message. Within half an
Moving Past Loneliness to Hope Witnessing New Love The Wedding takes Place This past March, my family witnessed a milestone event as my brother-in-law moved past the loneliness of my sister’s death and married Deborah Halderman, a woman from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
Mom – A Good Communicator An Early Mother’s Day Tribute I am the third of four siblings and am often told I look like my mother. Mom and I shared a close relationship. In photographs we always stood next to each other.
Visually-Impaired – Eeek! I can see you! Part 1: No Trespassing! Part 1 This set of stories is not for the squeamish or faint of heart. That’s why I wonder why I’m in the midst of them since I’m both –