10 thoughts on “Storyteller

  1. I am a little confused. Storyteller is the title of the post and beside her avatar is healing your grief. When I clicked on the link it took me to the post storyteller. Why is healing your grief there which looks as a subtitle presented the way it is. If Healing your grief is indeed attached to this post then it is somewhat misleading

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    • Scott, I have something called Restless Leg Syndrome which means that I can’t sit for long periods of time so I don’t read much but snippets now from books I’ve collected over the years or things I read in periodicals. And as the English teacher I used to be, I’ve a large collection of favorite writers that I go to when I’m looking for something to quote. Also I love the poetry of Mary Oliver which can be read a little at a time. And I have several of John O’Donohue’s books and I love the blessings that he wrote which too can be read a little at a time. One of my all time favorite books is the BOOK OF CREATION, by John Philip Newell and I read and quote underlined portions of it a lot. Then I love Sarah Young’s JESUS IS CALLING devotional as well as Max Lucado’s books. So as you see I do read still just not much at a time.

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