Web: The information accessed via the internet.

Log: The official recording of events during a voyage by sea or air.

Blog: A shortening and combining of the term web log, referring to a webpage or site where someone writes regularly and informally about personal opinions, activities, and experiences.

My disclaimer –

Under this tab so boldly marked Blog, you’ll find little stories I’m writing from my life and imagination. Stories that may contain personal opinions, activities, and experiences, but—I don’t want to mislead you—this page simply doesn’t fit the log of my voyage by web description.

So, I’ve got an idea for a more accurate name.

Bstories.

Let me know if you like it.

Have You Seen This Woman?

Have You Seen This Woman?

I was at a writers conference some years ago when I sensed God posing some questions. What if you're doing all this work for just one reader? Would you do all of these things for just one person whose life and heart will be nourished by this story you're writing? Will...

The Good Thing About Platforms

The Good Thing About Platforms

Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven. (Matthew 5:16 KJV)   I went to bed steaming after watching yet another seminar on platform-building. I’d had just about enough of all the worldly...

Life in the Broken

Life in the Broken

I was riding my bike to exercise class thinking about broken things. My first marriage specifically. Divorce is such an ugly thing. I remember attending a wedding a few years ago thinking that couple up front promising ‘til-death-do-us-part couldn’t possibly imagine...

A Piece of Poetic Pondering

A Piece of Poetic Pondering

Our Source and Destination   You, Father, are the Alpha and Omega, the First and the Last, the Beginning and End of all things. You are our Source and Destiny. And yet... You allow this messy middle. Within these borders, You allow Your creatures to explore, to...

The Good Thing About Being Poor at Christmas

The Good Thing About Being Poor at Christmas

"The poor you will always have with you."  -  Matthew 26:11a   ‘Twas the day after the day after Christmas... Ordinarily, I would be ruminating over the things I’ve done poorly. The dish that wasn’t flavorful enough, or overcooked, or undercooked, or perfectly...

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