Shelley Shepard Gray’s Book Giveaway!

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I’m celebrating the release of the final book in The Days of Redemption series, Eventide, by giving away FIVE sets of the series.  Five winners will receive: Daybreak, Ray of Light and Eventide by Shelley Shepard Gray Enter today by clicking one of the icons below. But hurry, the giveaway ends on September 21st. All winners… Read More

Lazy Day Snack Mix


Sometimes it’s so nice to have a simple recipe on hand to whip together when company is coming over. Now that summer is winding down, I’m discovering I haven’t relaxed enough, haven’t been lazy enough . . . and that is something I aim to fix right away! I think making the following snack mix… Read More

Postcard From Alaska


So, I received a postcard from Alaska this week. It made my day! When was the last time you received a postcard or maybe even sent one? It’s been years for me. Now, it always seems so much easier and faster to click a photo of something and text the image to a friend. All… Read More

Still Not Quite A Chef


Do you have a hobby you are glad isn’t your profession? I realized last weekend that I do—I’m glad I never became a chef. We had some friends and family in town last weekend, one of whom was a professional chef. When I met her, my eyes lit up. And then yes, I followed her… Read More

A Day of Rest


About two years ago, I made the choice to stay off the computer on Sundays. I had just finished about two years of writing for three publishers, and in order to keep up with that crazy schedule, I had to do something every day of the week. On Sundays, I would do my best to… Read More

Thank You, Philippians 4


Giving up control is really hard for me. It’s why I never was any good at skiing—I never wanted to go too fast. Going fast puts you at risk, you know. There’s a chance of falling. Yet, of course, the consequences of choosing not to sail down the hill are great. Going slower hurts your… Read More

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