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Do you email?

  The last couple of years, I’ve played around with several different types of newsletters, from meal planning to Bible studies to smelly things. And this weekend, I decided to give a generic all things HoHa newsletter a try. If you’d like to come along for the journey, you can sign up online through this link I’m also kicking around a print version for about $12 a year. Same great content as the e-version but straight to your snail-mailbox. Just leave a comment if you’d be interested in that or send me an email and I’ll follow up with you about it.

Merry Mary’s Bakery

 Do you hear that? No that sound is not crickets, it’s the tip tapping of a keyboard! I’ve been taking time to write some fiction. I thought I’d share a little with you all on why fiction. But first, you can snag the first of three resurrection stories right now on Amazon. Merry Mary’s Bakery is available for $5 print or kindle (  ) Okay, so why fiction? I love a good work of non-fiction but sometimes it’s easier to share something using the third person. Mary’s story has a lot of pain and suffering in it, some of which I’ve personally experienced and all of which I’ve witnessed up close and personal. But I didn’t want to write a book that said definitively “here’s how to deal with your pain and suffering!!” Instead, I wanted to share a story, one that showed one way of dealing with it and opened up the imagination to what those possibilities could be in your own life. Is Mary’s story successful in that attempt? I don’t know but it is what my desire for her stor