Off the Road Again Book
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“New endeavors” are two words that can bring stress and anxiety to many people. But to the adventurous in heart, new endeavors are a gateway to new opportunities and blessings. As I begin this new endeavor of blogging, I am keenly aware of my limitations. I am not a polished professional author. I am a grey-haired grandma who is part of the "Silver Tsunami" generation that isn’t ready to quit living. 55 years removed from grammar and punctuation classes, I barely remember the difference between a verb and noun - well, that may be somewhat of an exaggeration, but nevertheless a drawback. But the most challenging issue in writing this blog will be learning how to use all the newfangled electronic devices and apps that are supposed to make writing easier. As to writing material – endless, considering that Dennis has 48 years of daily journals from which to draw, and I have tons of family memories stored in my cerebral journal; contingent, however, on old-age dementia not erasing them. Thankfully, I can be confident in knowing that my human limitations can be overcome by the LORD’s unlimited provision and guidance. Behind every story will be my silent prayer for Divine wisdom and inspiration and that each reader would be uplifted and encouraged. Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart, Be acceptable in thy sight, O Lord, my strength, and my redeemer. Psalms 19:14
Editors & Encouragers: Allison Onchuck Smith & Kathy Young Hunter
Off the Road Again | Videos & Photos
Off the Road Again Book
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“New endeavors” are two words that can bring stress and anxiety to many people. But to the adventurous in heart, new endeavors are a gateway to new opportunities and blessings. As I begin this new endeavor of blogging, I am keenly aware of my limitations. I am not a polished professional author. I am a grey-haired grandma who is part of the "Silver Tsunami" generation that isn’t ready to quit living. 55 years removed from grammar and punctuation classes, I barely remember the difference between a verb and noun - well, that may be somewhat of an exaggeration, but nevertheless a drawback. But the most challenging issue in writing this blog will be learning how to use all the newfangled electronic devices and apps that are supposed to make writing easier. As to writing material – endless, considering that Dennis has 48 years of daily journals from which to draw, and I have tons of family memories stored in my cerebral journal; contingent, however, on old-age dementia not erasing them. Thankfully, I can be confident in knowing that my human limitations can be overcome by the LORD’s unlimited provision and guidance. Behind every story will be my silent prayer for Divine wisdom and inspiration and that each reader would be uplifted and encouraged. Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart, Be acceptable in thy sight, O Lord, my strength, and my redeemer. Psalms 19:14
Editors & Encouragers: Allison Onchuck Smith & Kathy Young Hunter
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