Suddenly the bus pulled to a stop on Pine Mountain Road. Jo Evelyn frowned. No children lived here.
I was confused. I became depressed. I quit going to classes at times. I just didn’t want to hear the 100th lecture on how the black crayon is different from the white crayon and how all the crayons in the box are all different….wait, what?
There’s a verse that’s stumped me for a long time. “He that winks with the eye causes sorrow…” Really? It’s bad to wink?
The superbrother who’s a pro at storytelling shares the epic tragedy of Randy the Raccoon.
Remind me again that I’ll miss the noise
When my children are grown into women and men
First, I whispered in her ear as she’d pass people in church. “Maud didn’t smile. I think she’s upset with you about something. You know Maud.”
I’ve never been wowed by fortunetellers. Not even religious ones. Still, there’s something about a person pointing their finger in your face…
When this one focus is paramount, it will purify doctrine, attract attention, and especially recruit our children to continue on…
What is it about discovering a husband’s flaws that suddenly blinds a woman to all of his amazing features?
You drag a brush through your hair, grab your bag, and glance out the window to see if the bus is on the way…