The Dance of the Pepper Shaker

When he pulled that peppershaker out of the bag I almost laughed out loud.

Fourteen years earlier we stood on separate aisles of Target – me with crossed arms and him wondering if we would ever make it. With scanner gun in hand, I stared at the rows of salt and pepper shakers. Wooden? How could I possibly season my food with wooden salt and pepper shakers?


Join me at 5 Minutes for Faith today to find out more about my pepper shaker. Click HERE to read the rest of my devotion.

And because I LOVE a buy one get one free deal, you are getting TWO devotions today for the price of one. I am also posting today for the Presidential Prayer Team. Join me HERE to read my devotion and help pray for our president.

**As a reminder, this particular link is only good for one day. So if you read it past Sunday, you will have to select today’s date (10/23/11) on this link to read my devotion.


Carol

Never Let You Down

“I’m not a crook.” Richard Nixon’s infamous words to the Associated Press in November 1973 were simply stated, but untrue. One of the most famous break-ins in history was pinned on the nation’s top seat – the presidency…

I’m posting for the Presidential Prayer Team today. Click HERE to read my devotion. And remember, this link is only good for today, July 7. If you haven’t signed up for the Presidential Prayer Team daily devotions, you should. They will keep you informed of everything going on in our country you need to know.

I hope you are enjoying your summer.

Carol

The Power of a Conjunction

Have you ever thought about the power of the conjunction?

A conjunction connects words, phrases, or clauses.It builds bridges between words, pathways linking words that may have otherwise never been united.One of my favorite popular and powerful conjunctions is but.A sentence can skip along in one direction, then with the addition of one little conjunction, the meaning can stop and march the other way…


Join me today at 5 Minutes for Faith. Click HERE to read the rest of my devotion.

I’ve been taking it easy this summer from blogging. I hope you’ll forgive me. I’ve been spending most of my writing time on other projects. But most of all, I’ve been enjoying some time with my family. Some of my long time readers may recognize this post from 2008. I hope you enjoy. And don’t worry. I’ll be back!

Carol

Insufficient


I bounced a check.

There. It’s out.

I wish I could tell you my insufficient funds were for a twenty thousand dollar super speedy motorboat with a deluxe bathroom on board. Instead I bounced a check for nineteen-dollar school pictures…

Join me today at the Internet Cafe where I get really honest. Click HERE to read the rest of my devotion.

Carol

Why My House is Messy

I’m a self-proclaimed neat freak who is drawn to the messy.

Yeah, before you say it, I know. I’m a walking dichotomy.

In college, a clean dorm room was a must. Curling iron and hair dryer cords were wrapped and put away. Makeup brushes nestled inside my Caboodle, and dresser drawers were always pushed shut…

I’m at 5 Minutes for Faith today! Seems like I’ve been away forever. I’d love for you to join me there. Click HERE to read the rest of my devotion.

Carol