Who’s Gabbing and Who’s Gushing

Summer Wreath

Posted on May 24, 2016 by Jennifer Prior, Sister #5297

As I wait anxiously for the wind to stop and the warm temperatures to arrive, I created this wreath to welcome the coming season ... Read more →

Cover reveal!!!!!! Into the Nothing by BT Urruela

Posted on May 24, 2016 by Rachel Hayden, Sister #5159

Xander Evans has been on the road for many years. Never settling. Always moving from one place to another, unable to let go of his past. He lived a tragic childhood, spending most of those years in foster care. He’s never felt like he’s had a home. That is until he stops in the small town of Truman Valley, Missouri, where he meets a woman who will change everything he’s ever known ... Read more →

Abandoned

Posted on May 23, 2016 by MaryBeth Schwartz, Sister #46

Abandoned Gas station/store in Ralston, Wa ... Read more →

Happenings 5/23/16

Posted on May 23, 2016 by Mica Garbarino, Sister #6985

I know it has been some time as I have been refining my little business and my personal life...Many of you know I started this blog just about six months ago from a blog I kept since 2007. Check Frolicking Freckles if your interested in past posts etc. I left that blog for new beginnings, leaving some hard times behind me and having to protect myself and my family from some difficult stuff. Six months have passed and we have healed from much hurt and pain. I am still not completely safe here since my new blog was found and yes, it is public...So knowing this I will not allow anyone to steal my joy, or my freedom to blog about things I love and to share real life stuff. I just have to learn to go on and cope with it...And I'm ok with it now ... Read more →

Album review - Nefesh Mountain

Posted on May 23, 2016 by Rachel Hayden, Sister #5159

If I'm being honest, the hardest part about giving up Christianity was not the preaching or the Sunday services (or…you know…Jesus), but the music. I've been a massive fan of the contemporary Christian genre since I was in the sixth grade and listened to Michael W. Smith the first time.

The other genre I've always adored, thanks to both my father and Ricky Skaggs, is Bluegrass. I have sought out great Bluegrass for years, even when I was in my early 20s and my cohorts thought I was insane for jamming to "Country Boy" while they were listening to whatever ear-bleedingly awful pop song was popular at the time. With the new Broadway musical Bright Star out right now, Bluegrass is getting in front of fresh ears, as well as reigniting my love for the genre ... Read more →