We may not have it all together, but together we have it all.
Over the last six or eight months Renee A. Schuls-Jacobson has become one of my best cyber-friends. Her Judaism and my Christianity don’t hinder our friendship in the least. We’ve probably each learned a bit from the other as we’ve gotten to know each other. Renee writes a great blog called “Teachers and Twits” in addition to being a wife and mother and teacher.
Right now she’s running around in circles and meeting herself coming and going as she prepares for her son’s Bar Mitzvah, but she took the time Wednesday to post a great piece about enjoying thunderstorms with her son when he was young. Today, she’s hosting me and my tale of a hectic border crossing at Teachers and Twits, so hop on over there and check it out.
Every Wednesday and Friday one of our Life List Club members posts a blog on the LLC Website. Today, Gary Gauthier, who writes “Literary Snippets,” will post on that site.
After you comment on my post, be sure to come back here and click on the LLC Website so you can read his also.
David N. Walker is a Christian father and grandfather, a grounded pilot and a near-scratch golfer who had to give up the game because of shoulder problems. A graduate of Duke University, he spent 42 years as a health insurance agent. Most of that career was spent in Texas, but for a few years he traveled many other states. He started writing about 20 years ago, and has six unpublished novels to use as primers on how NOT to write fiction. He is currently putting the finishing touches on his non-fiction Web Wisdom: Godly Thoughts and Inspiration from the Inbox and starting his new fiction work—a series of novellas set during the period from 1860 to 1880.
Contact me at email@example.com or tweet me at @davidnwalkertx