I still feel like something of an imposter when I say it.
“I am an editor.”
It still feels a little unnatural, even after the book purchases and the courses and all the commas corrected, the style guides consulted, the words looked up in Merriam-Webster, the 1:00 AM cries for help to the Facebook group for editors and proofreaders and word doctors.
It still feels like too bold a statement, even after all the (more…)
I am a Mother In Love
In the middle of life, love and living, Mike and I are trying to get our balance, learn to live in our new surroundings, while creating a new life together now that the nest is empty. We actually SOLD the nest and now we feel as though (more…)
Isn’t it crazy how many times we find ourselves overwhelmed?
Do we find ourselves so overwhelmed with life, that we rarely find ourselves overwhelmed with the love of Christ?
My whole life has been overwhelmed by unexpected circumstances.
The origin of the word overwhelmed is believed to be Middle English and was used as far back as the (more…)
It was early June in 2009. After flying over the white-capped Andes Mountains, we descended through the clouds, which gave way to a breath-taking view of the Amazon River and its tributaries snaking their way through the thick jungle surrounding the city of (more…)
By Ann Cooke
“Just wait until you have grandchildren,” they said. “It’s even better!”
How odd, I thought. We were raising our beautiful boy and thoroughly enjoying it. Certainly nothing could be better than the joys of being a mother. Right? (more…)