At Ease

I think it’s probably safe to say that if you’ve been reading my blog for some time then you know how worried I was about sending E.B. off to preschool this year. With his language delay and sensory integration disorder I worried that he would be miles behind the kids his age, even only at […]

Woe Is Me…And Taking Care of Bloggy Business

Wouldn’t you know the first day it feels like Fall I would come down with the Sinus Infection From Hades. I went out with my girlfriends Saturday night to eat (yay!) and all night my teeth were hurting. That should have been the first clue that sickness was just around the corner. I’m thinking if […]

Entitlement Is Not An Option


Growing up I had no concept of money or what kind of hard work went into earning a paycheck. I just expected things to be provided for me by my parents and didn’t give a second thought as to how they afforded me the things they did. I assumed that as a child I was […]


Keeping up with groups of people just got a little easier thanks to Qlubb. It’s an awesome new website that allows you to create online groups to stay in touch with the people you need to communicate with on a regular basis while keeping the information easily accessible to your group members. Qlubb members are […]

No Autographs, Please!


Today I get to play “celebrity for a day” at work. We’re shooting our newest commercial for the bookstore and we’ve been crazy busy getting things ready for that. I always feel really awkward doing these commercials…you stand around waiting for your turn, then the camera films you pretending to help a customer and then […]


Do you ever have one of those blogging days when you can’t think of a single thing interesting to blog about? Well, that’s my issue today. I could tell you that E.B. is doing majorly awesome with school, that I’ve been working my tail feathers off at the bookstore, that my house needs a major […]

Wounded: A Love Story


This week, theChristian Fiction Blog Allianceis introducingWounded: A Love StoryDavid C. Cook (September 2008)byClaudia Mair BurneyABOUT THE AUTHOR:Claudia is the author of the popular Ragamuffin Diva blog and the David C. Cook novel Zora and Nicky: A novel in Black And White. She is also the author of Death, Deceit, and Some Smooth Jazz, and […]