“The sun that brief December day
rose cheerless over hills of gray.”
Only it was January, not December, and the sun didn’t have a chance to rise because it snowed in the night! So I suppose Whittier’s Snowbound doesn’t quite fit our case.
Before we left for our trip, I had written up a reading list. I was planning to put 24 books on it, and I had 8 to go. I wanted some good theology/doctrine books but didn’t know of any to read that wouldn’t be over my head, so I asked Granddaddy (because he used to be a pastor) for some books, letting him know that my deadline was January 3rd (so I could post it on the 4th.)
Hello hello! As I’m sure you guessed, we are back from our trip! We had a simply marvelous time and I can’t wait to share all about it. I’ll start with Sunday, the day after we arrived. Below are photos and then my journal entry.
I’ve read many similar blog posts about “goals” for 2017, because there are many people who don’t like the word “resolution”. I don’t prefer one word over the other, but I’m choosing “goals” this year because resolutions have never seemed to work out for me.
2016 was the very first complete year of blogging and I published exactly 158 posts! The month with the least amount of posts was February (7) and April and May tied for the greatest amount. (17 each) The average for posts published per month is 13.2. Aren’t those stats interesting? One would almost (almost, mind you) think that math was a favorite subject of mine! But in fact, I entirely despise it. But we’re getting off topic.
Well, we’re on the road for St. Augustine! (At least, we will be, by the time you’re reading this. Because I’m writing this on Tuesday and scheduling it, just like all my other posts.) I wanted to talk about a few things real quick.
Today I thought I’d share with y’all a bit of the process of packing for an RV.
Naturally, it’s quite different from packing for a hotel (i.e. living in suitcases) or just for a whole other home (i.e. beach house). No, packing for an RV Continue reading
I have some exciting news to announce that very few of you know – my family and I are hitching up the trailer and heading down to St. Augustine, Florida! We’re going to leave on the twenty-fourth and we’re staying for a week. I can’t wait for the sunny climate!
I learned A LOT from writing my first novella this November. Each person writes differently, and each person learns differently, but I’d like to share what I learned, so it could help you.