Retired Air Force officer. Love outdoor activities, fossil hunting, geology, finding and polishing gemstones, making jewelry, doing watercolors, and writing about my interests. You might find a humorous story, a piece on parenting, a theological essay, or a "how to" article on cutting stones among my offerings. As Mr. Gump said "... like a box of chocolates - you don't know what you'll get."
This is another in the "A Christian Looks to the Bible for Guidance.." series. This study examines Biblical principles concerning illegal immigrants and helps Christians understand some of the important related issues.
The author gives us an opportunity to experience some of the more memorable moments in her long, rich life. First, as a child growing up in a small town in Kansas during the Depression, later as one of the fortunate young women who went to college during that time, and then as the wife of a very successful Presbyterian minister for 50 years.
Our first child is always a mystery to each of us. This clever book helps the first time parent maneuver through all those "firsts," from taking the baby home, to surviving the first night. Detailed advice concerning nursery layout, feeding the baby, coping with colic, changing diapers, and giving the baby its first bath. Indispensable for the first time parent!
I hate high pressure sales routines! My wife knows I hate high pressure sales routines, but sometimes she judges the potential rewards sufficient to justify a violation of my sensitivities. That’s what happened the day we met Two Tone Jimmy.
This is a short biography of a remarkable man from the Appalachians who touched many lives during his short 49 year life span. A few of the highlights of his life, including victories and defeats, are highlighted in this work.
The Murder Creek Chronicles gives an entertaining account of how the author dealt with and endured a difficult divorce while struggling to make a 25-year old travel trailer, in the middle of the wilderness, barely habitable.