Showing posts from September, 2018

Unexpected Results

Living with Consequences

Howdy, folks! I've been scarce, but my life took a radical turn after May of last year. Some of you may have heard a thing or two about it. And others, well, you're in the dark.
Now the dark isn't such a bad place to be. I wish I was in the dark too. I'm being honest! I frankly wish I didn't know anything about lumbarsacral plexopathy, or chronic regional pain syndrome. I definitely don't want to know anymore about Clostridium difficile colitis. I've experienced enough for a lifetime.
Why don't I start at the beginning?
Pain is nothing new to me. It's a rather familiar companion. I've endured severe migraines since childhood and arthritic knee pain for over fifteen years. But nothing close to what I experienced in early 2017. Pain took on new meaning for me, and in the matter of months, I could no longer function.
After a normal work day (10 hours standing behind the pharmacy counter), my knee began to protest like never…

Hop over to the Diamond Mine of Christian Fiction (Top 100 Christian Book Review Sites)

Check out my group blog, The Diamond Mine of Christian Fiction! It's been voted one of the top 100 Christian Book Review Sites of 2018 by Feedspot. If you love it as much as I do, you may just need to bookmark it afterward. :)

The Diamond Mine is your resource to the latest and greatest (and maybe older stuff too) of Christian Fiction. We sort through the piles of paper being published out there in the name of Christ and pick out the gems for you and shine as bright a light on them as we can.

Of course, if God is in them, who needs a light, right?

The Diamond Mine of Christian Fiction: A Suspenseful, Futuristic Thriller: Hi Diamond Mind Readers, Julie Cosgrove hosting today. I am not normally a sci-fi or futuristic  fantasy fan, but I have read everyt...

Still, if you like the blog, I hope you stick around or wander back! May God be the glory!

Walking in Sunshine

A Bighorn Walkabout

No TV? No cell service? Are you crazy? No, merely enjoying the sunshine in the Bighorn National Forest!
That's right, we took a stroll -- or should I say cruise -- through one of the greatest places on earth, set up camp in a rustic lodge on the top of the world and enjoyed God's creation...without the modern comforts. And LOVED EVERY MINUTE OF IT!
We could have snuggled in a tent or a cabin. We even thought about slugging our huge camper all the way up the hill. In the end, we decided to stay at my ol' childhood stomping grounds, Meadowlark Lodge located at the top of the Bighorn Mountains. After all, the only thing I cared about was the fact I had a bathroom. 😏
My husband, James wanted to make sure I was comfy so he made arrangements long before I even knew about it! What a guy. He made sure I had my books and he had his fishing pole. Oops, I take that back. He had his prospecting tools. The only thing missing was my guitar. LOL
The views from this la…


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