Phil attends his first Bible study where he meets with confusion...and Daniel's sister.
Having lived in China since I was eleven, I have the unique opportunity and privilege to see the world and my own country with a broader view. In both America and China, patriotism runs high in the majority of the population. Watching the 2008 Olympics with our local friends was quite an exciting affair. Each … Continue reading July 4th Where Fireworks Were Invented
Hello dear readers! I appreciate each of you and I am sorry that I haven't been around lately to follow your amazing stories and write more of my own. Mickey and I just moved, so there's been a lot of packing and unpacking, also I've been dealing with personal fatigue and stress, so blogging took … Continue reading Help Me Write?
I have nothing against men (I happen to be married to a pretty amazing one!) nor am I a feminist activist. Also, I am now quite happy in my womanhood, despite a childhood of being envious of the other sex. However, I still see there are certain advantages of manhood. So, with no further ado:
Sorry for the delay. I've been ill the last few days. Enjoy the third chapter and thanks for reading!
The continuing story of Phalange Johnson
There is so much content out their, in your head, from media, even just on WordPress. So what makes you click what you click and type what you type? Another way to ask, I suppose, would be - what inspires you? I'd love to hear!
Here is the first chapter (chapters are short) of a story I'm writing for a younger audience. So share with your kids or read it yourself and give feedback!
Found this waaay back in my notes. (the second of 689, I believe) I wrote this little poem when I was in my teens. If I remember correctly it was a song at the time, but I don't recall the tune. It's not a work of art by any stretch, but it expresses my heartfelt … Continue reading Little Stars
No, really. Don't. Do. It.