I visit Twitter and Facebook frequently and find many fun and fascinating links–it’s about time I share them with you! On the “Fun Facts” front .. Meet the woman who invented the dishwasher – now this is my kind of woman! I love reading about people who solve their own problems. One of my favorite personal sayings
Do those pesky little details really matter? Ask an engineer. A manufacturer. And a surgeon. One detail can make all the difference. A slip of the knife, a screw in the wrong place can spell danger and disaster. However, surgery performed well and products built precisely to specs can and do enhance and save lives.
from Abigayil, The Story of the Cat at the Manger by Rouben Mamoulian, given to me when I was a child by my favorite aunt (who loved cats as I do) Abigayil lived in the barn where Jesus was born. She was the mother of 5 kittens and in the course of hunting for their
I have known Lisa Hendey for many years. Her site, Catholicmom.com, hosts over 150 contributors and has won accolades and awards from grateful Catholics around the world. The site is all about the reader, a rarity on the internet today. A vibrant community thrives there as a result. I am honored to be one of
Whether you are a published author, an aspiring author or someone who just loves writing in your diary or journal, I highly recommend this free week-long writing retreat offered by Vinita Hampton Wright of Loyola Press. You can subscribe to receive the posts in your email by clicking here. Each day you will receive writing
Note: I love historical fiction and when Amy Belding Brown asked me to review her latest book, I jumped at the chance. Her last book, Mr. Emerson’s Wife had been a game-changing book for me. I couldn’t wait to read Flight of the Sparrow given my deep interest in spiritual matters, a lifelong residency in Massachusetts
What happens when you get the urge to create? Do you retreat to a music studio to write a song? Do you go to your specially designated study to write? Do you paint your latest masterpiece in a light-filled studio? Do you shut the door when you enter your room? Why do secret hideaway places