Tag Archives: Ann Voskamp

One of My Most Favorite Ann Voskamp Posts

I love this post by Ann Voskamp:  The Real Truth about Romance & ‘Boring’ Men—and the Women who Love Them: Redefining “Boring Romance” There is so much truth in this.  I sent this post of hers to both my sons … Continue reading

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Things I’m Loving These Days

1.   Feline Behavioral Health and Welfare– by Ilona Rodan and Sarah Heath. This book.  Oh, this book.  I had the pleasure of attending a day of feline lectures given by  one of the author’s of this book, Ilona Rodan, at … Continue reading

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To Carry His Word in My Heart

It was a cold, gray blustery day in January when I found myself heading across town for an MRI of my brain and internal auditory canals.  The previous day I had been to an ENT doctor for persistent sinus congestion, fever, sore … Continue reading

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Monday’s Question

Question:  What are 3 websites you visit often? My Answer:  1. A Holy Experience– Ann Voskamp’s blog 2. Amazon 3.  eBay Gail ♥

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I Just Need to Write!

When I started this blog 4 years ago, I had no idea where it would lead.  My original intentions were to post several times a week.  I thought that would be easy as pie.  Boy, was I clueless.  Obviously, I … Continue reading

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Things I’m Loving These Days

1.  Books for Christmas Reading I’m really looking forward to reading Ann Voskamp’s Christmas book, The Greatest Gift. I enjoyed One Thousand Gifts and I love reading Ann Voskamp’s blog.  LifeWay Christian Store has had The Greatest Gift on sale for … Continue reading

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A Journey To Count God’s Gifts

I recently read Ann Voskamp’s book One Thousand Gifts: A Dare to Live Fully Where You Are.  Ann writes about her struggle to enjoy her life– a life that was often filled with tragedy, suffering, sin, and sadness.  One day she receives a … Continue reading

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