A lot of 2016 sucked, and I didn’t have one drop of creative mojo flowing out of me. Words were hard. But I’m back, so bring on the writing!
Dear Old Mothers… You know who you are. We’re the ones they label as “advanced maternal age” – which is code for YOU ARE OLD.
Recently, I’ve been talking with friends about genealogy, specifically how we conduct our personal family history research. More than once I was asked about my personal research style (as opposed to how I researched for client projects.) Once I stopped giggling over the many jokes I could make about my scattered interests in time, place, and surname, it hit me. My method is one that can only be described as disorganized organization.
Goodreads one of my favorite sites. It’s a great way to discover new titles through book reviews and find new authors to follow. I’ve been blessed to find several of my favorite books with Goodreads. Stone of Fire (originally published as Pentecost) is no different. Joanna Penn is a UK-based author who is well known […]
Pain stinks. When it is chronic, it can take away your energy and your humor. If you’re not careful, it can change who you are. You can become bitter or angry. Life can lose its glow – unless you’re slaying the beast.