I just love the friendly folk, southern cooking with sweet tea and rhubarb pie. Just walked through a garden boasting cabbage the size of basketballs, heiroom tomatoes, lettuces, peppers, onions, corn, orka, and green beans. I am also loving the sweet accent of my relatives and am very sure that a few days here will bring back my Southern drawl…oh dear. Share this on:
Home from Mt. Hermon
Isn’t it always good to be home? The imaginary life we experience fades as reality reminds me that I am now back to the place where I belong…where I need to be. I think that’s just how Sarai felt when she returned home with Abraham after Pharaoh released her.
Abram bowed low. “I pray, Lord, that the health of you and your household will…..
Eve said God loves us through any and all the mistakes we have or will ever make; past present and future. She struggled with perfection: wanting more, which led her to getting ahead of both her husband and God. She lived every aspect of a woman’s life in the book of Genesis including love, marriage, mating, motherhood, family, and friendship.
Welcome. My name is Carol Cook, author of BATHSHEBA Bathed in Grace. I’m so happy to have you as a visitor to my blog about my new book. This project is very special to me, and I hope to share some of that excitement with you here.
I’ll be using this blog to interact with you about BATHSHEBA Bathed in Grace, expanding on some of the topics in it and posting on some of the ideas related to my book……