It’s day 2 of howling winds and frigid temperatures. In fact, it’s Christmas Day here in Pittsburgh, PA. A day of giving as we share our joy in the greatest gift of all- JESUS. Outside at the birdfeeder birds are feasting on fallen seed and seeds still the feeder. I left it out overnight (myContinue reading “Christmas Day Face-Off at the Birdfeeder”
Howling winds, and frigid temps ramp up admiration for early settlers.
I got a wonderful Christmas gift this year. I signed a new contract with Heart Song Literary Agency! My agent Patricia Riddle-Gaddis is the owner of the agency as well. I also received my formatted manuscript and the news we will discuss publishers in the New Year! This Season we celebrate the birth of ourContinue reading “Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!”
The month of December is busy with preparations, and events around the holiday season. Shopping, decorating, visiting, baking and more. It is filled with emotion. I have fantastic memories of the holidays as a child. I look forward to the holiday season because of it. But what if you don’t have good memories? Or aren’tContinue reading “Everyone is busy preparing for the holidays, but…”
This is one in a series of observations at the bird feeder that I am currently writing. I hope you enjoy it. I watched a White Breasted Nuthatch pick and choose the seeds it was eating at my birdfeeder this morning. It reminded me of my oldest son and my grandsons. Such picky eaters. EveryContinue reading “Picky Eater at the Birdfeeder”
Learning patience is hard for Helena Trevellian as she faces danger on the home front during the Revolutionary War.
Waiting in Silence at the Bird Feeder It’s a beautiful sunny morning. Blue skies beckon as I sit at my table waiting in silence for birds to come to the bird feeder. As I wait, I’m watchful and quiet; a lot like I should be as I wait upon the Lord. How often do weContinue reading “Waiting in Silence at the Bird Feeder”
Joy I put my bird feeder out late this morning. As I drank my coffee and waited to see what birds would come I thought- it would be nice to see a cardinal, I haven’t seen them for a while. Suddenly two cardinals, a male and female appeared! What joy filled my heart to seeContinue reading “Joy”
Taking a break and switching your writing style can rejuvenate your imagination and help your writing.
Writing connections leads you to support each other in your different pursuits in life. I am proud to support and promote my twin sister Janyce Brawn and her Tales of the Teleporting Topsider, David.