I used to say I would never teach. Then I taught for 30 years.
I used to say I would never stop roller skating. But somewhere between kids and my job, skating disappeared.
I used to say I would never grow old. But I did. (As if the mention of roller skating didn’t give that away already.)
And I used to say I would never write a book. And here I am!
Well, this is not a book exactly, but I am working on one. Or two. Maybe three.
Bits and pieces of my books may end up in my blogs from time to time, but mostly this blog is a way to practice my writing skills as I share stores of our amazing God.
When not writing, I spend my time sewing, quilting, drawing pictures in my journal, working on fairy gardens, and looking for shark teeth at the beach. I dream of owning a beach front home – as long as it is built up on stilts, has hurricane-strength (CAT 5) reinforced walls, and has a safe house built into the middle of it. Until then, I live in a home not on the beach in NW Florida with my husband and six dogs.