Archive for the 'Monday’s Musings' Category

Kissed by a Cowboy

Monday, February 22nd, 2016

Kissed by a Cowboy By Debra Clopton Having lived through her parents’ divorces, Cassidy Starr knows when the stakes are not in her favor. Divorced herself and humiliated, her faith on rocky ground Cassidy is done with love. Finished. So over it. Instead, she’s returned to Wishing Springs Texas and the rundown farm she’s inherited […]

In Honor of MLK, Jr

Monday, January 18th, 2016

The Maccabeats and Naturally 7, two a cappella groups, sing “Shed a Little Light” in recognition of Martin Luther King, Jr. day.

We Are Connected

Monday, November 30th, 2015

  I often get lost on You Tube. Yesterday I went on a Wintley Phipps binge. This music video added to my knowledge, but most of all it touched me greatly. This is one of my favorite hymns. Wintley’s rendition brought tears.

A Flounder Is a Flounder

Monday, September 14th, 2015

See that picture up there? That man is holding a flounder. There are so many authors, journalists and especially bloggers who don’t have a clue. I would presume that the word floundering means fishing for flounder. Logical, right? That’s what always pops into my head when I see that word. Then why are so many […]

Hope Harbor

Monday, August 10th, 2015

Hope Harbor By Irene Hannon Tracy Campbell never wanted to leave Hope Harbor, Oregon, or the idyllic three-generation cranberry farm where she grew up. But life–and love–altered her plans. Now she’s home again–with a floundering farm to run . . . a tragic secret . . . and a wounded heart. Romance is not on […]

Love’s Rescue

Monday, June 8th, 2015

Love’s Rescue By Christine Johnson Can a girl enamored with the adventurous seas ever be content with the tame life of a Southern belle? When her mother dies, Elizabeth Benjamin heads home to Key West, determined to transform herself into the perfect Southern belle her parents always wished her to be. But nothing goes according […]

In Memory

Monday, May 25th, 2015

George E. Lawson In memory of my father and all the others who served our country to preserve the many freedoms we used to have.

Anna’s Crossing

Monday, March 9th, 2015

Anna’s Crossing By Suzanne Woods Fisher Some endings are really beginnings . . . On a hot day in 1737 in Rotterdam, Anna König reluctantly sets foot on the Charming Nancy, a merchant ship that will carry her and her fellow Amish believers across the Atlantic to start a new life. As the only one […]

The Financially Confident Woman

Monday, January 12th, 2015

The Financially Confident Woman By Mary Hunt You have what it takes to take control of your money Have you ever felt that you lack the know-how to take control of your financial life? You’re not alone. But it’s not a lack of savvy that’s the problem, says personal financial expert Mary Hunt; it’s a […]

Swept Away

Monday, December 8th, 2014

Swept Away   By Laura V. Hilton & Cindy Loven About Quilts of Love: Quilts tell stories of love and loss, hope and faith, tradition and new beginnings. The Quilts of Love series focuses on the women who quilted all of these things into their family histories. A new book releases each month and features […]