To say I’ve taken a break from this BLOG would be an understatement. It has been months since I have sat at this desk. I have missed it. But I just couldn’t get there. Why? Because like Simon Peter, I have been sifted and agitated. Tested and tried. Confused and in need of help. In short, I have been… Read More
For God…the greatest lover so loved…the greatest degree the world…the greatest company that he gave…the greatest act his one and only Son…the greatest gift that whoever…the greatest opportunity believes in him…the greatest simplicity shall not perish…the greatest promise but…the greatest difference have…the greatest certainty eternal life…the greatest possession ~Anonymous Happy Valentine’s Day, Jean-Ann
My days in prison were filled will love, prayers, tears of joy, longing and sadness. And dancing! Lots and lots of dancing!
Written by guest blogger, Debby Harris My social calendar is full. I know for some people that is normal; but people who know me well realize this is quite unusual. I have worked in the public for years and always felt my time after work was my own. I can be introverted and treasure quiet time with no interruptions. I… Read More
Jack Miller met Patricia in a nightclub in Ishpeming, Michigan. For him it was love at first sight, but as attractive as she was, he knew he had his work cut out for him! They danced a few times but he left not knowing much about her. He called his cousin who knew one of the other guys at the… Read More
Call me crazy, but I have a problem with being publicly humiliated. Oh, I know full well it’s due to my selfish pride. I get that. I’m human! But seriously, who likes looking (and feeling) like an idiot? I met my friend, Gina, for lunch today at this huge restaurant. The place was teeming with people, mostly dressed in business… Read More
I absolutely hate chopping onions! I cry like a baby every single time. I have one of those onion chopper thingys, but it only chops in chunks, which is great until you need minced or sliced onions. Sheesh.
Once upon a time, back in the early days of my broadcasting career, I had the unique pleasure of spending the day with the amazing Larry King. He was scheduled to broadcast his radio show from my station that evening, which meant he had a whole day to kill until he went on the air. My General Manager assigned… Read More