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  • Saturday with Saul

    By on April 25, 2022

    I absolutely love lazy Saturdays. They don’t happen a lot, but when they do they are a salve to my soul.

    Also: note for parents of small children. I remember WELL, reading the blog of a mom with kids in elementary school back when mine were littles. I remember…

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  • A hug

    By on September 7, 2018

    Sometimes you just need a hug. A spiritual hug from On High that reminds that we do, in fact, have a Savior who is not only Lord over all, but also Lord over the little.  My mother recently did a Children’s Sunday school lesson on this. It was mostly…

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  • Oh Mother!

    By on May 11, 2018

    Well, its time!! I’ll use the fact that Mother’s Day is this Sunday as my excuse to drop this Abigail Bomb on you. ( I AM NOT PREGNANT)

    When I first was telling the world (aka my instagram stories) that I was excited about getting my blog back up and running…

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  • Tabitha Teaches me a lesson

    By on September 8, 2017

    Way back when I began in earnest to published this book, I had made a list of all the things I had to do to bring this book to life and now I am way down at the bottom of that list where it says, publicity.  I honestly didn’t think…

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  • Daylight

    By on August 31, 2017

    Those little flowers in the picture above always pop up after a storm and Tabitha picks them for me
    For a little while now I’ve had it on my calendar to share the cover art for my book with you this week. But as the days have passed and the…

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  • The time I got beat up by Beth Moore

    By on February 17, 2017

    I make no apologies for my title, even though we all know its a gross exaggeration of what happened this past weekend at the LIT conference I attended with my friend Lindsay.

    Instead let me just say you would think I’d gotten beat up considering how much I cried. Now, you ALL know that I…

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  • The parting song of Edythe Calhoun

    By on January 17, 2017

    Brett’s grandmother passed away two weekends ago. When I tell people this, I try to quickly rush forward with the information that she was 103. I want people to know that we are celebrating her ( long!) life, and not mourning her passing. She is with Jesus and I…

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