Thanks to Reverend Mommy for giving us quite the list of people to meet last time around. Be sure to go and catch up on those folks and also take the opportunity to welcome...
Beneath the Ivy Wreath: ...the frustrating rollercoaster of a middle class mother's struggle to keep her sanity while attempting to establish herself as a serious writer and juggle her hopes and dreams to the backdrop of her daily grind.
C.H. Green tells us more, "Writing has been my passion for as long as I can remember. I grew up in the rural South in Crockett County, Tennessee. I attended public schools and obtained my B.A. in 1988 from Union University, majoring in English with a minor in Psychology and Secondary Education. It is my faith in Christ that has brought me thus far in life. I owe everything I have and am to Him."
Her latest posts include a prayer request for Diane's son Curt and the latest installment in her Worship Wednesdays feature.
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*Net at Grace Happens!!!
1) Where do you blog?
2) What are your favorite non-revgalblogpal blogs?
Locusts n Wild Honey; My Fight to Live Stronger
3) What gives you joy?
Waking up in the morning; that first fresh cup of coffee; listening to my grandson's laugh; having my family all together in one place.
4) What is your favorite sound?
Crickets and cats chirping.
6) What do you hope to hear once you reach the pearly gates?
Well done, good and faithful servant. Enter into the joy that has been prepared for you since before time began.
7) You have up to 15 words: what would you put on your tombstone?
She did the best she could with what she had to the glory of God.
8) Write the first sentence of your own great American novel.
It was a dark and stormy night ….
9) What color do you prefer your pen?
10) What magazines do you subscribe to?
BHAG's Quilting; Simple Living; National Geo; Reader's Digest.
14) What is something you want to achieve this decade?
Getting my weight down to a healthy level.
To love God with all my heart, my soul, my mind and my strength and to have lived life well.
*These surveys were completed quite awhile ago and so the highlighted blogger reserves all rights to ask that information contained herein be changed to better reflect where they are today.