Finding Love in a Book Shop

How to Find Love in a Book Shop by Veronica Henry is an interesting menagerie of stories written in third person from various points of view. The main story threaded throughout is from the point of view of Emelia, the daughter of a deceased bookstore owner, who loved his daughter, the books, and the town […]

A #Memphis Cultural Adventure

Memphis is like a patchwork quilt, tightly threaded together by streets, highways, and history. In learning about different cultures, we visited a place that served Senegalese food and spoke Wolof, a dialect in Senegal, Africa. A Yemen restaurant called, The Queen of Sheba, served large discs of bread and homemade hummus. The dishes were ordered […]

Finding Out What Really Matters

A book review of, We Stood Upon Stars by Roger W. Thompson We Stood Upon Stars by Roger W. Thompson attracted me because of its cover of a VW van and a star-covered night sky. The advertisement of 32 maps was a bonus. I had never heard of the author, but an outdoor-themed devotional was […]

Life Measured in Moments

Across the street from our hotel was a Chinese Cultural Center. In the middle of Phoenix, Arizona, a little bit of China beckoned us to cross the street and explore. We walked through a high metal gate and admired the architecture, snapping pictures, and posting them on Facebook. “They are going to think we are […]

Blunt in the Bible

Lead Like Jesus are devotionals I receive in my email. They become part of my daily reminders to pray and grow to be more like Jesus. Read Transformed here.  Before I can tell people about Jesus and partner with the church in bringing more to know Christ, I must dig deeper in His Word. These are just one […]

I Cause Discomfort

We gather around our devices. P has both her laptop and phone, ready to learn. We drink lattes and talk about our memories and life lessons learned. She laughs when she talks about graduating in 1968. “You weren’t even born yet!” I listen. That’s perhaps the most important tool in a Social Media Consultant.  As […]