The transfer station awaits. Wall-to-wall, in her silver Toyota, ten-gallon buckets brim with trash: batteries and light bulbs, paper and plastic, cardboard, newsprint, cans and glass, everything duly sorted. Time for another recycle run. A whiff from a milk jug sours the air. She collapses against the driver’s seat, powers … [Read More...]
I’m Laurie, a contemplative writer, musician and artist, who helps distracted, heart-weary people refocus on God in creative ways that spark hope and wholeness.
Fictional heroine Meg Murry trembles, appalled. Evil Echthroi roam the earth, threatening the lives of all. An angelic mentor declares Meg is a Namer, one who knows … [Read More...]
One jillion tiny red currants, already simmered, fill Mama’s jelly bag, slung on its tripod — summer reduced, overnight . . . drip by drip . . . until … [Read More...]
Knots: They show up in myriad ways. Accusations. Crippling rhetoric. Foundations, seemingly crumbling. And then, my own vengeful thoughts, silting over with … [Read More...]