They're just there. For as long as I remember their low murmur has been there in the deep parts of my mind, trickling down the back of my throat so that I can't quite taste them. My hands know what my tongue can't reach. They learned to form the letters like a printing press so … Continue reading The Words
And another one. In this post I answer eleven questions from Grace at Proclaiming His Excellencies. She was kind enough to tag me for the Leibster Award.
The company I work for recently published a review of Jordan B. Peterson's Twelve Rules for Life on their blog. My knee-jerk reaction when the file arrived was to put it in the Nope Folder. The writer in me was unimpressed with the quality of the piece. The millennial in me was not naive enough to … Continue reading 3 Tips for Civility on Social Media
It's just one of those things. Thanks to Anita from A Prairie Girl's Pen for the nomination :)
My testimony has appeared here before but I was telling it the other day when I realised that there are elements of it that I often forget to share. So now let me tell you about the man who led me to Christ and what he told me.
An unusually chatty post featuring a potentially endangered brood of moorhens, the Irish Referendum results, the Duck Principle, and some odds and sods about writing and platform building. Not one you want to miss.
Once upon a time, I thought that maybe the doctors and nurses at these clinics didn't know, that perhaps they had simply never realised. I was naive back then. There is no way that they do not know and that is the great evil of what they choose to do.
There are two D words that we do not use today, death and dementia. The first contains one of life's greatest truths, the second its greatest fear.
Finishing your first draft is a highly emotional experience. Many people think that it is the end of writing a book but I'm afraid it is only the beginning...
Recently, an article popped up, written by a lady in defense of why she doesn't allow her children to read fiction. Part of her argument was that it isn't true therefore it is a lie and God commands us not to lie, but perhaps it's possible that fiction is often truer than we can bear to be out loud.