Ah, Valentine’s Day! The day when the whole world seems to feel flooded with roses and chocolates and oooey gooey sentiment. The problem is it’s a day that can break hearts as fast as it celebrates them. Not everyone is in a perfect relationship — or any relationship, for that matter. And the world can […]
I’ve been meaning to write this post, reflecting a little on the year just past, but 2018 has had us hopping. My hubby’s alma mater played not one, but two games on its quest for a national championship, which unfortunately didn’t work out quite like we’d hoped. But before we’re too far into 2018, I […]
Tonight Larry and I watched an episode of Nova about the Hubble Telescope that he had recorded. The show was part documentary, part history lesson, and a whole lot of really incredibly amazing photos. I had to grab the remote button and push pause at one point just to write down the following fact: There […]
This morning, I was driving my red VW Beetle to work, thinking about the day ahead. In front of me was a red work van. My eye was drawn to it as I followed it for mile after mile. Around one curve, I noticed the logo painted on the rear door and on the side. […]
It’s September, and that means college football is in full swing. I’m not a watch-every-game kind of girl, but I did watch my fair share including a heart-breaker that kept me up way too late last night (but this post isn’t designed for wallowing). Sprinkled through the games were the ever-popular credit card commercials, and […]
Hello there! I'm Dawn. I am a Christ-follower who loves writing. I'm seeking an agent for my first novel (a young adult mystery) while working as a full-time PR professional, freelance writer and cofounder of The Pink Typewriter Project, an initiative to make a difference in the world by promoting positive thinking, gratitude, and service to others. (Check us out at ThePinkTypewriterProject.com.) I blog regularly about my faith journey and life in general.
"May the words of my mouth and the meditations of my heart be pleasing to You O, Lord, my rock and my Redeemer." -- Psalm 19:14