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Do I really want to read a book called “Fiercehearted?” I wonder what she means by fiercehearted? Hmmm. Honestly, I’m not sure I want to be fiercehearted – if it’s what I think it is. The overactive brain strikes again. And don’t forget, Lord, I already read the book “Anything” not too long ago. Surely I’ve hit my comfort-zone-stretching quota for the year, right? Well …

It appears that some people have it all figured out. Maybe they were born with the personality to fearlessly get all the things done. Oh to juggle flaming torches without dropping a one! Something always seems to get dropped when I attempt that. Not a pretty picture. But …

Something about summer makes me want to read fiction. Even if I don’t have a beach trip planned {sigh}. Every other season of the year I tend to prefer non-fiction. But summer … well, it just calls for fiction. This year I picked up Beth Moore’s novel, The Undoing of Saint Silvanus. The title did not entice me at all, but I was curious about her very first fiction …

I am honored and excited to be an influencer this week for Holley Gerth’s new book! First of all – how cool is that? But my pastor often says we are all leaders and influencers of someone. That is so true. So don’t be all impressed with my new title! Ha. Ok, let me fill you in on …

I’ve had this book on my shelf for a really long time – so long that I couldn’t even tell you how long. So long that they’ve even updated the cover! It’s one of those books you’re not sure you want to read. You’re curious, but you have trepidation. It’s called Anything. Need I say more? Yes, actually …

After living in the same house for 23 years, we moved to a new-to-us house back in November. Right after Thanksgiving to be exact. And we were definitely thankful! The Lord taught us so much through the process of selling, buying and moving – and a LOT about His timing. Oh – and it’s true what they say …

Ah, spring! The warming weather, the budding branches, the blooming flowers, the flying butterflies, the ripening tomatoes and strawberries, the planning vacations, the pollen, the stuffy noses. Wait – those last two …