Welcome to my website! For now, I am dedicated to sharing short blogs which may be varied in subject matter …
… occasional devotional thoughts about the Lord Jesus Christ,
… progress on my current journey in the publishing field,
… in summer, updates about life here in Alaska, moose, wilderness, and fish.
… in winter, enjoying mild weather and tropical breezes in Florida
Some background is in order…
My Novel, the working title is St. Anne’s:
Ten years ago I completed a novel, and I was working toward publication when the exigencies of caring for my elderly stepfather and my mother put an abrupt halt to my writing efforts. I stuck the manuscript on a shelf for nine years and turned to the really important work God set before me then. Now, both my mother and step-father have passed on to be with the LORD, so I have returned to editing and doing the prerequisite work to publish St. Anne’s?
Many of you know that I love to write Christian devotionals about God’s amazing grace. They come from my morning quiet time meditations. I covet your input on these devotionals, because the insight of other believers is very important. Iron sharpens iron!
I have posted four blogs about our trip to Alaska in April, and several more about our summer there. I also posted a couple of blogs answering the question we often hear, “How did you guys end up in Alaska?” It’s a long story, and I will continue to post episodes of that journey from time to time.
Now we are back in Florida until next April.
We live on the west coast in Pinellas County. The winters here are like the summers in Alaska. Warm sun…cool breezes. My husband Tom and I are involved in a more urban set of activities here — big church, lots of social interaction groups, smaller lot with grass to cut, house that requires lots of maintenance, more stress.
Why did I send you this link to my website?
Tom and I treasure the friendships we have made with people in Florida and Alaska, in neighborhoods, Bible Studies, dog walks, music organizations, work projects, writing groups, schools, and churches. I hope you will allow me to continue to reach out to you for your advice on my website and technical stuff, your critique of my writing, your prayers that I stay on track glorifying the Lord.
I am so grateful for your feedback.