His pediatrician looked at him and did not like the way he acted or looked, so he sent us to the ER for a CT scan. About 5 minutes after I got there (our doctor had called ahead and immediately triaged him and put us in a room), Gregg arrived from his office, and about 5 minutes later, our pastor arrived. He anointed Scott with oil and prayed over him. (I love our pastor.) Scott was a trooper during the CT scan, even though he was scared. The results were clear – no bleeding on the brain — but he definitely has a concussion. Continue reading
I would feel so very deeply DEEPLY honored if you would leave a quick and honest review on Amazon for any book of mine that you read. I am beginning a new adventure this year and hope to give all of my readers around the world some very special memories and honest reviews encourage and uplift me. Continue reading
While in Oregon for my beautiful cousin’s wedding, my computer crashed. Consequently, I’m typing this post on my phone. Muse Monday will return next week! Print PDF
I am thrilled to be part of the INDIEpendence Day Blog Fest! This is where we are paying-it-forward by recognizing an independent (meaning self- or small-press published) author we love.
I have introduced you to Amy Durham before. She was the first author I ever interviewed for Readers Write to Know Wednesdays. I really enjoyed interviewing her. Since this is a celebration of independently published writers, I am highlighting part of the interview where Amy talks about choosing to self publish: Continue readingPin It