I have so enjoyed being hosted on WordPress for free, but, as my blog grows I am feeling the need to self-host. I have created a new website, with all the current content at http://moonglotexas.com Please follow me there!

I read about linkups on the do a new thing blog, here, and thought I’d give it a try today. My blog is focused on living with CRPS in a joyous way. One hobby that brings equal measures of wisdom and enjoyment is reading and I’d love to use my platform to share ways in which you have found relief from emotional or physical pain through reading so, share a link to your… Read More

My journey with Proverbs 31 Ministries began 3 years ago, in the midst of my depression, I sought a Christian haven and community of support. Before Amen by Max Lucado was my first study and I was blown away by the insight, wisdom, friendship and encouragement I gained. I became a fast fan, purchasing the Teaching Series, signing up for Small Group and, by my second study, offering my services as a… Read More

I have come to love Hope Harbor and it was with anticipation I picked up the third installment of this series, Sandpiper Cove, it didn’t disappoint. This novel focuses on Lexie and Adam. Each character’s history reveals past pain and difficulties that taint their hope for the future. Irene is a skilled character creator and each member of this cast walks out of the pages, including Clyde the dog – spoiler alert:… Read More

Paula Hollingsworth piqued my interest with this title. I have read and loved Austen for a large part of my life but didn’t perceive a Christian view in them. She outlines her task in her study of the spirituality of Jane Austen as follows: “I do not venture to speak of her religious principles: that is a subject on which she herself was more inclined to think and act than to talk,… Read More

I so enjoyed Ellie Holcomb’s As Sure As The Sun album, particularly it’s upbeat tunes such as Marvelous Light and The Broken Beautiful, that it was with excitement I downloaded the new album Red Sea Road. From the first line of lyrics, I related more deeply to Ellie’s songs and connected to the suffering described and desired the hope radiating out. The more I listened the more these songs have become my war… Read More