The rain is coming down out there this morning, providing a tune all its own. It’s soothing as I reach over and pet the cats, slide my fingers over the braille in my Bible, sip on a hot, cup of coffee, kiss my husband bye when he heads off to work. At this time 20… Continue reading A Thanksgiving Post
**Heads up** The following post will be random and might not make much sense.Organization and time management skills are essential for a homeschool mama who is also a writer. But, what does an author and a homeschool mama do if these skills do not com naturally? Pray and work hard. Yep, that’s it, and I… Continue reading End of Summer Post
I’m a day late, but if you will bare with me, faithful readers, I have a story to tell. It’s a story of family togetherness, improvisation and simple blessings. Read on, because today I’m talking about 4th of July miracles.Once upon a time, there was a mom who was blind who felt sad that she… Continue reading 4th of July Miracle
Everyone is always asking me, “Are you still writing?” To that, I like to say, “Still writing? I haven’t stopped.” 🙂 Read on, and you’ll see what I mean.Growing up, I had a habit I want to tell you about. During a boring class, such as math, instead of doing the work assigned to me,… Continue reading Updates
I was a child of the 80’s. Thus, Saturday mornings found me and my sister crowding in front of our TV, sneaking our hands into the bag of powder sugar donuts and watching cartoons. One we always watched together was Jem and the Holograms. On one particular episode…I can’t remember which one…Jem’s boyfriend, Rio shouts… Continue reading Barbies, Cartoons and Mad Libs, oh my! Oh, yeah, and a book.
There is an article floating around the internet that gives a list of do’s and don’ts when it comes to people who are blind. It made the rounds on Facebook a while back. So, in the spirit of that article, here are some important things to remember if you have a blind person who makes… Continue reading Do’s and Don’ts in the Kitchen