Excerpted from my personal journal….. As soon as I stepped off the porch of the Dew Drop Inn, the local bed and breakfast as well as a well-renowned watering hole, I felt what I can only describe as a Twilight Zone moment. What my eyes saw did not fit with my view of normal, not… Continue reading Cows on Bikes
by Danetta Kellar @DanettaKellarJonathan, David’s uncle, was a counselor, a man of insight and a scribe. 1 Chronicles 27:32Since I was a little girl I have dreamed of being a scribe. While most girls my age were playing Barbies and hair salon, I was making a tent with my bedcovers and hiding out with the illustrated…… Continue reading To Be a Scribe for the Lord — The Write Conversation
My wife, Karen, is a professional photographer as well a published writer and author. She also runs a graphics design business from our full-time home on wheels, a 32-foot motor home. We have been posted up in a beautiful campground in southwestern North Carolina for past 2 years and before that, we were camped in… Continue reading Driving Ms. Karen
For many years, as a single man, I ate most of my meals in coffee shops and diners. This was a combination of not being able to cook much more than coffee, cereal, or toast. The cost to grocery shop for one was about the same as it was to have a hot meal in… Continue reading Who Is Serving Whom
Karen and I have been called to start a new digital magazine called Faith On Every Corner. This is a monthly publication highlighting ordinary people making a difference in their communities through their faith and service. It had been a long time since I was active on this blog, as evidenced by the dates of… Continue reading Faith On Every Corner
The link below is to an article that I bookmarked a few years back. Most of my family and friends know about my love of vintage fountain pens, ink, paper and the handwritten word. Now, I am sharing that passion with my readers. After I recently wrote a post on this blog about the possible… Continue reading The Written Word In Longhand
I am on the back side of my sixties so I was taught cursive writing early on in school. That means that I also have been around for the transition from handwriting to typing and now to keyboard or screen entry onto electronic media. Unfortunately, to my way of thinking, this may signal the decline… Continue reading Cursive Writing Endangered?