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Easter Dogwood Images for You

Easter Dogwood Images for You

I photographed some dogwood blooms on at a local park on our last day before Georgia's shelter-at-home took effect. When I uploaded the images to Lightroom at home, I rediscovered a batch of dogwood images I took in 2014 and added text for Easter. Honestly, I don't...

Download April’s Desktop Calendar!

Download April’s Desktop Calendar!

This virus may keep us home, but it can't stop the spring! I took a walk through my neighborhood recently to enjoy the freshness and color of the season, if not the pollen count. Unfortunately, you can't have one without the other. As of Friday evening, we are under a...

Five Thoughts for Mothers of Teens at (in)courage

Five Thoughts for Mothers of Teens at (in)courage

When a topic pops up continually in conversation or often catches my attention online, I wonder if it’s the Holy Spirit nudging me to write about it for others who are in the same place. Many of my friends and I are parenting teens, with fewer years of children living...

It’s Back—March’s Desktop Calendar!

It’s Back—March’s Desktop Calendar!

It's Back—March's Desktop Calendar! I want to offer a big apology to those who've downloaded my calendars for years and a big welcome if you're snagging some desktop bling for the first time. I've posted these wallpapers almost monthly, through three different sites,...

When We Give Each Other the Benefit of the Doubt @ (in)courage

When We Give Each Other the Benefit of the Doubt @ (in)courage

Recently, three friends and I joined thousands of buyers and sellers at the Atlanta International Gift and Home Furnishings Market, one of the world’s largest wholesale shows. We received guest passes, and although our name badges identified us as exhibitors, really...

How Do We Have Love for One Another?

How Do We Have Love for One Another?

This week we not only approach the beginning of a new year but the birth of a new decade. Our family feels it especially, as my oldest daughter prepares to deliver her second child and we celebrate my second daughter’s twentieth birthday. I still remember the fear and...

You Are Not Alone at (in)courage

You Are Not Alone at (in)courage

A few years ago, my dad and stepmom moved to the countryside of rural South Carolina to live in her childhood home. They went to care for her aging father, who has since passed away. Our family loves to visit and drive their golf cart and ATV beneath the trees and...

Exactly Where I Need to Be When I Need to Be There

Exactly Where I Need to Be When I Need to Be There

When people realize I have eight children, they often remark, “You must be so patient!” Actually, nothing could be further from the truth. When I want something done I want it done yesterday — or at least now. Recently the Lord took a frustrating situation that tested...

The Gift of Daily Graces @ (in)courage

The Gift of Daily Graces @ (in)courage

OOPS! I've been working so hard on my next book's deadline that I didn't share my (in)courage post with you! Here's a snippet: “It seems like everything is going wrong,” he said, discouragement evident in his tone and written on his face. Still wearing his office...

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