Monthly Archives: April 2018

Dr. Heidi to the Operating Room, Stat! — James Clark — The Next Iteration

Beware. This is not not a comfortable read. Especially if you call yourself a Christian. But it’s an awesome read. An important read. It’s like literary heart surgery for the soul with Heidi as the surgeon and includes a much-needed … Continue reading

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On Reading, Writing and Discouragement

Growing up,  I read everything I could get my hands on. My mother was a voracious reader and I devoured whatever she had lying around the house. I fell in love with Emily Bronte and Charlotte Bronte. As a shy eleven-year-old, … Continue reading

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the permanence of earth

She stands and stares out the window at the spot in the woods, unable to comprehend the permanence of the earth separating them, or how here can change to gone somewhere between breakfast and lunch without her knowing. She churns it over in her … Continue reading

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