Category Archives: blogging

Poetry for Life

English was one of my favorite subjects in high school.  I enjoyed pouring my thoughts into a journal, and have continued that practice off and on for years.  I suppose that blogging is in some ways just a continuation of the creative writing … Continue reading

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A Comfort Food Phoenix

I made chicken pot pie tonight — a family favorite — and Andy took a pic for Facebook. A few friends asked for the recipe, so I figured I’d post it on the website. But since it’s my recipe, I’m … Continue reading

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Karma of Inspiration

One of my favorite bloggers, Dr. Wayne Dyer, wrote one of his many inspiring pieces last week, this time on on being thankful. When I blogged a few weeks ago, demanding that leaders feed their people, this was the kind … Continue reading

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Those Words at the Beginning or the End

The short story Miriam’s Tears is finished. I decided that it needed an afterword, for the folks who read it this week and were wondering, “What was that all about?” So I wrote one. But then I decided that it … Continue reading

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Cocktails and Blogrolls

I remember my first cocktail party as an adult. I was home from college at Duke. My grandparents had been invited to a cocktail party, and I was invited to come. Wow! I must be a real adult now. So … Continue reading

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Tis the Season

<chuckle> “What is it?” “I can’t tell you — you have to read it.” <giggle> “C’mon!” “Alright, wait a minute, I’ll blog about it.” One of my favorite bloggers, Doug Chaplin over at MetaCatholic, shared a couple of new-to-me blogs … Continue reading

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Show and Tell

I’m really enjoying the new Internet experience – especially the opportunity to read and comment upon the blogs of other Anglicans in the worldwide Anglican Community (much of my blogroll). My nascient tendencies for teaching and evangelism got the better … Continue reading

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