THROWBACK THURSDAY: Mr. Cooper Takes a Walk (Start of a children’s story 2017)

Mr. Cooper saw that the back gate was slightly open.  He peeked out to see if his owner was out in the front yard, but she wasn’t.  He was going to go back inside, but then he spotted a fire hydrant near the sidewalk that he just had to visit. After, visiting the fire hydrant,Continue reading “THROWBACK THURSDAY: Mr. Cooper Takes a Walk (Start of a children’s story 2017)”

FRIDAY FICTION: Meet me at the Fair (100 Words)

Meet me at the fair. That’s all the note taped to her front door said. Meet me at the fair. An ominous invitation into a world of neon lights, traveling shows and rides. She stared at the note. Her heartrate quickened. Her breaths shortened. The fair. She hadn’t been back since . . .  sinceContinue reading “FRIDAY FICTION: Meet me at the Fair (100 Words)”

WEEKEND WRITING PROMPT: Flippant (79 Words)

Weekend Writing Prompt #266: This weekend your challenge is to write a poem or a piece of prose in exactly 74 words using the word “Flippant” Forgive me for the weird pingback, but my computer was giving me a hard time and this was the best I could do. It would seem odd to everyoneContinue reading “WEEKEND WRITING PROMPT: Flippant (79 Words)”

11 Years – Surviving Melanoma

Tomorrow celebrates 11 years since that that first spot Mohs surgery. More importantly, it celebrates the day the doctor who did it noticed a suspicious spot on my other arm while stitching me up. The first Melanoma. It’s been a path of ups and downs with varying stages of skin cancer since, lots of surgeriesContinue reading “11 Years – Surviving Melanoma”

A PRAYER BEFORE THE WORD

On the radio this morning, I heard Alistar Begg use this phrase in his prayer before diving into the Word: “Show me myself and show me my Savior.”   If I hadn’t been on the interstate, I would have pulled right over and immediately began journaling about this beautiful prayer and the loving conviction in myContinue reading “A PRAYER BEFORE THE WORD”