Monthly Archives: September 2011

Day 1: Celebrating…This Shining Season Called Fall

The falling leaves drift by my window… the autumn leaves of red and gold…                     – Johnny Mercer   God is my Art Prize and this is his shining season. From his hand comes hue-splashed radiance.  Shimmering in light.  Glowing … Continue reading

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Sasha’s Treasure

When I was a child, my grandparents sometimes joined us on our trips to Disneyland.  Often, Grandma would find a bench in a beautiful old-fashioned garden square to wait while we ran around from ride to ride, her feet too … Continue reading

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An open letter to Joan Walsh Anglund…

Some “living letters” give us the most lovely part of themselves – even when we don’t know them personally…    To Ms. Anglund: I have  a little treasure on my bookshelf. It’s only about 4 ¼ x 6 ¾ inches … Continue reading

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Maybe you are going through something tough today…  a sad loss…  fears that you are not making a difference.  Like the setting sun shimmering a path across the water, let these words lead you to His heart of healing….a “song of … Continue reading

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A Sweet Fragrance… Wonderfully Made…

Today, I am linking up with Holley Gerth on her uplifting blog, writing about a word that completes the phrase, “In God’s Heart, I am ________” with the words, “Wonderfully Made…”    (As are you…) And I am reminded once … Continue reading

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An American Review of an “English Cosy,” a.k.a — A Delightful Read!

Veronica Heley’s Ellie Quicke novels:  From book one (Murder at the Altar) to the recent release (Murder My Neighbor)… this gentle crime series sparkles with wit and humor…   For me, “English cosy” speaks of… …so many British writers who … Continue reading

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                                                                                                                                                         The first time I thanked the Father for him, I was just a visitor there… Stepping into the sanctuary that night felt like coming home to a time from my college days… long ago years when I first encountered contemporary … Continue reading

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