Monthly Archives: December, 2013

WOW! What a year 2013 was.

For those of you who had to face down your fear of the number thirteen this year, congratulations. Triskaidekaphobia is behind you and you can say you lived to tell about it. Now, get your head out from underneath your blankets and accomplish something in 2014. Yes, the world is still rotating on its axis …

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Some random thoughts from a scattered mind

This is that time of year when there’s so much happening it’s hard to choose one topic for a blog post. So, I’m combining a few of my scatter-brained thoughts for y’all to chuckle at. I’ll start with pointing out that we just passed the first day of winter last Saturday. I over-heard someone say …

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O Little Words Upon the Page

Last week super-agent (at least I still hope she’ll become my super-agent) Sally Apokedak put out a contest and a challenge–re-write a familiar Christmas carol with words that relate a writing theme in the comments of her blog for a chance to get a ten page critique from hers truly. Well, I came up with …

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My good news/bad news report on the ice storm in Plano, TX

WOW! What a storm that marched through the country this week. I know we didn’t necessarily receive the worst of it, but, I’d hate to see who did if we didn’t. The weatherman on Friday afternoon said I was in the 2-3 inch area of the amount of ice and sleet that fell around here. …

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What if the Gospel of Jesus was an infomercial?

Have you ever wondered why fewer people are drawn to Jesus Christ these days? I know the message isn’t the problem. People are thirsting for God’s Living water from Jesus. Maybe we need to adjust how we present the gospel to non-Christians. Here’s my amateur version of an infomercial about Jesus Christ Eternal Life Assurance. …

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