Some books I read, and quickly forget. Sometimes I can't even remember the author or what the books was about. When I was in my early 20s I was obsessed with Sidney Sheldon. I can remember reading every book he wrote. The book that started my love for his writing was "Master of the Game".... Continue Reading →
Make Your Life a Work of Art
Henri, you speak the truth. My oldest daughter gets frustrated when creating art. The watercolors aren't laying on the paper right; the paint is too think; it isn't working out the way she envisioned. I tell her that art is not perfect. It's not meant to be. Art school taught me this. She will not... Continue Reading →
Plain Wisdom or Plain Boring?
Growing up in rural Missouri we had a large Amish Mennonite community. A few of the children attended the local public school but left after the ninth grade. I imagine they left because they were needed back home on the farm. These girls kept to themselves in school, so I didn't have the opportunity to... Continue Reading →
one thousand gifts
Surf around the blog world and it won't take you long to see that just about everyone is writing about the book "One Thousand Gifts" by Ann Voskamp. I really want to read this book but, I have 2 books on my nightstand that I am still trying to get through (it's been a challenge).... Continue Reading →