The High Calling of our Daily Work

The View from 36,000 Feet

Onboard Continental flight 4465, I was looking out the window at the Great Lakes. Having departed from Cleveland, I was pretty sure we were flying over Lake Erie heading Northeast to Burlington, Vermont. As the flight attendant was handing out Ginger Ales and tomato juice over ice, he played tour guide of the skies. “In […] Read more

Becoming a Member

Ever thought about joining theHighCalling.org network? You might have noticed that I’m a member. I post links here to the HighCalling, on Thursdays I feature work by other members and link to them in There and Back Again, I participate in the HighCalling community writing projects and PhotoPlay. Some network members have linked to me, […] Read more

Like Sisters Do

I brought the bouquet home, amazed at how beautiful the pink lilies looked next to the tulips and the white baby bells. Even the carnations looked elegant nestled among the greenery and the tight blooms of blush snapdragons. It was Valentine’s Day, and the bouquet was a gift. For my sister.  ::continued::    Today I […] Read more

Slow Down for a Winner

Thanks so much to everyone who has commented on my blog in the past week. As promised on Monday, each person who commented on my blog this week was entered into a drawing for a free copy of Ann Kroeker‘s book, Not So Fast: Slow-down Solutions for Frenzied Families. Ann is a friend and fellow […] Read more

The Giving Mood

A big congratulations to Hazel, of A Joyful Noise, for winning a copy of High Calling editor, LL Barkat’s book, God in the Yard, in my first ever give away. The book is on it’s way to Hazel as we speak. The drawing was part of my post on theHighCalling.org’s Give Campaign. If you are […] Read more