Between the Wild Branches by Connilyn Cossette {Book Review}

After not opening my computer for nearly three months the faithful device has shuddered and puffed and barely refused to function. We already crossed the hour mark since I began trying to log onto my WordPress account to write this book review and alas, it won't cooperate. So, what I'm going to attempt to do … Continue reading Between the Wild Branches by Connilyn Cossette {Book Review}

Joy! {book review}

The Stats:Find the book on: Amazon and GoodreadsPages: 176Publisher: Chosen Books Release Date: March 2, 2021Title: Joy! God's Secret Weapon for Every BelieverAuthor: Georgian BanovNonfiction Why I Choose this Book Joy is a daily part of my life. A joyful heart does good like medicine... In Your presence is fullness of joy... Those who sow in tears will reap … Continue reading Joy! {book review}

The Nature of a Lady

The Stats:Find the book on: Amazon and GoodreadsPages: 378Publisher: Bethany House Release Date: May 4, 2021Title: The Nature of a LadyAuthor: Roseanna M. WhiteFiction Why I Choose this Book I chose this book because Roseanna M. White is one of my favorite authors. Her books whisk me straight into whatever world she's created and hold me captive until the … Continue reading The Nature of a Lady

Shadows of the White City

It's a cloudy spring day here in Kentucky and I'm sitting by my open door with rapidly cooling coffee, singing birds, and peaceful piano music. The perfect setting for sharing my favorite read of 2021 with y'all, right? THE STATS: Find the book on: Amazon and GoodreadsPages: 400Publisher: Bethany House PublishersRelease Date: February 2, 2021Title: Shadows of the White … Continue reading Shadows of the White City

Make Their Day

Last night I did the first Overnight at my job - that's where a group, most often a school or youth group, come to the Museum in the evening and get to watch DVDs, do a scavenger hunt in the dark throughout the exhibits, eat a late night snack, then spend the night. Sounds pretty … Continue reading Make Their Day


Snow has blanketed my little Kentucky home for a week and a half now, which is a long time for the world to stay sparkly white in this part of the world. Each morning I wake up, open the drafts on the wood-burner, stir the almost dying embers, add wood, then sit down with my … Continue reading Brave