I've often been curious about certain 'stories' passed down. Here's one that still remains a mystery. I'll be posting several articles of the next few weeks about this particular mystery and my thoughts. Today, however, I won't say much as this newspaper article from a November 1925 Benzie Banner says a lot. For those of… Continue reading My Ancestry-Tragedy Strikes
Please forgive me for not posting yesterday. Like y'all are waiting on pins and needles for me to post. 😉 After spending last weekend at a writers conference my days are a little off. Anyway, the conference was great. If you get a chance to hear Deborah Raney, her husband Ken Raney or Ramona Tucker… Continue reading Who Knew?
I'm bringing my Uncommon column to you a few days early and for good reason. One thing you'll come to learn about is that I used to be scared to death of tornadoes (still am a bit), but on the other hand I'm addicted to watching all things weather related during storm season. And yes,… Continue reading Uncommon-Making Dreams Come True
Last time I brought you the story of Estella Gates. I for one can't help but admire her tenacity. I mean she was a cut above the rest to stand out of the crowd and not only do a man's job, but do it very well. I always wondered what sort of man stood by… Continue reading My Ancestry- The Sheriff’s Man
UNCOMMON MIRACLE - PRAYER BLITZ By Zoe M. McCarthy During my morning devotions one day last May, I felt a sudden pressure from God to pray for my 17-year-old grandson. I received no specifics as to how I was to pray. Only to pray. So I stopped and petitioned God many times during the… Continue reading Uncommon Miracle – Prayer Blitz
It's a hectic week for me and I as I mentioned earlier in the week I wasn't going to post. However, I got some news I thought you all might like to hear. I SOLD!!!! Yes, I sold another book. The Warrior's Princess, book 2 in my Biblical series sold to Emily Rodmell at Love… Continue reading Squee Worthy News!
I'm at Christian Fiction Historical Society today talking about the 1923 Ford Model T. Come say hi!
Hope everyone had a wonderful Easter. I know my family, and as I'm finding out some of my readers, enjoyed last week's ancestry bite. I had intended on doing another one today. However, the weekend totally got away from me and I'm prepping for an out of town trip and trying to make arrangements. It… Continue reading Ancestry (postponed) & Happily Editor After Information