Disney Perspectives

I fell in love with Disney as a kid. During the “Disney Renaissance” I watched Belle, Ariel and Aladdin at the movie theater and was hooked on ALL things Disney. I honestly cannot even guess how much time I spent at their store in the mall and even took a few animation courses in high […]

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6/13/2024

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A Blank Screen & A Blinking Cursor

I want to write. I want to work with words and communicate the things that are rattling around in my mind. I have a few ideas, but nothing that seems pressing or urgent or even necessary to get out. I know that those things will come. Those few ideas will ruminate and culminate into blog […]

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5/25/2024

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Memorizing Scripture and Yorkies

With the cold weather, our little, neurotic, 6 pound, Yorkie has been sleeping a little higher up on our bed. Snuggled in a fleece blanket between my husband and me, Clark had hunkered down for a long winter’s nap last night. In the wee hours, I rolled over and sent the small dog into a […]

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1/19/2024

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Ordinary Days

Our holiday season was different this year. It started with deadly tornados ripping through our town. This event closed schools a week early for Christmas break and I found a God-given grace in the extra time it provided. Wally and I escaped town for a couple of nights to celebrate our December wedding anniversary (an […]

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God Bestows Favor & Honor

This week the Tennessee Department of Education released teacher scores. They take each teacher’s assigned students, analyze how they perform on the one big state assessment and then score that teacher on a scale from 1 to 5. The teacher gets to say whether they want to be evaluated on student growth or overall performance, […]

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Barbie

As a girl, I was a “Barbie Girl.” My best friend, Tina, loved her baby dolls and I loved my Barbies. When my mom and I finally packed them away, I had close to 40 different dolls – Barbies, Kens, Skippers and their friends. I had THE Dream House full of Mattel branded furniture, a […]