Post (c) Doris McCraw We all have hidden talents. It is something that can be a journey to excitement, joy, and maybe even a little pain. How many people say, "If only..." or "I'd love to, but..."? What would happen if you did that 'if only', or tried that 'I'd love to'? Are we defined … Continue reading Hidden Talents
This Blog by Cher'ley Grogg Fathers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h_zeiKrRTuk I'll start with the Ugly first. Some Father's are Ugly, you can search for those photos yourself because I'm sure yours is not Ugly, but there are some ugly things Dads' want to keep like this chair. Ties and T-shirts from the good ole days are … Continue reading Fathers-the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly by Cher’ley
This blog by Cher’ley Grogg A young soldier and his commanding officer got on a train together. The only available seats were across from an attractive young women who was traveling with her grandmother. As they engaged in pleasant conversation, the soldier and the young woman kept eyeing one another; the attraction was obviously … Continue reading Seize the Moment by Cher’ley
Post by Doris McCraw I lost my mother in February of 2011. I still miss her, and thought I would share a letter she might have written to me about how to be a loving person and live in this world without letting define or defeat me. So, Mom, I hope you are looking down … Continue reading An Open Letter
by Neva Bodin I recently attended a training meeting for my Mary Kay business and heard this bit of wisdom: Why do you make excuses? You’re the only one who believes them! At Bible Study we were given this advice: Remember HALT! Don’t make decisions when you are hungry, angry, lonely or tired. And I … Continue reading Take My Advice
Today I am turning my blog spot over to Chloe Taylor. I've known her since she was five years old and rode the bus to school with my daughter, Willow. They entered middle school together this year and both are taller than I am. The 6th grade class had a required writing assignment and Chloe's … Continue reading Why Do You Want to Grow Up? by Chloe Taylor
This post is by Nancy Jardine. No, I'm not going to shock everyone and tell a horsey story- sorry! I spent a good while of my precious writing slot, yesterday, doing yet another book marketing task – that of writing a press release. This is not for a new book launch. I’ve written a couple … Continue reading Closing the stable door…after the horse has bolted!