The Temple of All Knowing (186 pp) is a memoir of one woman’s passage from personal and professional turmoil to spiritual awakening. A compelling straight forward and sometimes humorous account of the most personal of journeys as this 40-something woman finds herself in Sin City with promise of a new life, new husband and elderly mother living with her. She instead is uncovered as a central character in the deepest of possible challenges only…"The Temple of All Knowing by Lee Papa (Memoir Spotlight)"
How do I start except for saying my poor dog. First, she fell off of the wharf on Sunday and last night she got locked in my husband’s workshop for the night. I was teaching religion and while I was gone, it started thundering, which Sentry is deathly afraid of, so she kept following my husband, Jeffery, in and out of his workshop. Once she observes a routine, she becomes complacent so she must…"My Dog's Adventures (Sentry)"
Do you believe a happy life is meant for others but not for you? Are you ready to shift energy and improve your life? Our lives can be inundated with trials and pain. Somewhere in between our struggles we might lose hope for living a fulfilling, enjoyable life. You may have suffered from bullying, addiction, rejection or other forms of hurt that has left you feeling badly about yourself. We might believe that a happy life…"It's in The Little Things by Gayle Suzane (Excerpt & Guest Post)"
It’s Tuesday. Welcome to a Little Southern Comfort here on My Life. Just so happens today is also my birthday. I found myself wishing it didn’t fall on this day because I write my column on Tuesdays. While most people enjoy celebrating their birthdays, I do not. It has nothing to do with age. I am now 56 years old. See – no problem. My not celebrating my birthday has to do with life. If…"It's all about life – Tuesdays with Donna, A Little Southern Comfort"
It’s that time of the week again! Hope everyone had a wonderful week. Other than loads of rain the past few days, there hasn’t been much going on. Hubby had to make a trip Sunday afternoon to Lowes for paint. He’s trying to finish up a rent house before the building permit expires next month, along with the Builder’s Risk Insurance. I normally go with him, but this time I had something different in mind. Remember the Planner Addicts group I…""Oh Lord, it's hard to be humble"…Tuesdays with Donna, A Little Southern Comfort"
Sundays – they always seem to be a day of enlightenment, a day of renewal. I returned home a short time ago from our “normal” Sunday morning activities. Each Sunday morning, Hubby and I, along with many others from church, visit the local nursing home to say theRosary with the residents. Not normally one for making friends easily, I have become friends with an older couple who come to the nursing home for the Rosary on Sunday…"From the Heart – Sundays as a day of enlightenment"