The Measure of a Character by Linda Brooks Davis

As a child, Halloween was never one of my favorite holidays. Still isn’t. But as an author I deal with the birthing of monsters even in Christmas stories. Monsters of a different sort.

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Is it Really Just Stuff?

I open my armoire, a gift from James many years ago. It holds not exquisite jewelry, but treasures none-the-less.

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Travel: Grand Teton National Park

It's 5:30 am and still dark the morning we head out from Old Faithful Snow Lodge in Yellowstone with a single purpose: to see the sun rise on the Grand Tetons.

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Photo Essay: The Rockin' Years

Do you know Dolly Parton's song, Rockin' Years? It speaks of holding close to your spouse through life. (rockin' years) 

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Photo Essay: Leaving My Fear on the Mountain

Arriving at the Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writer's Conference, fear surged through my body. I had questions of God. What am I doing here? I'm too old. With 475 fellow conferees, many who have multiple works published, I asked, Who will be my friend and encourage me?

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