Friday Recommends – Food, Writing, Marriage

Not a list of things I love, in order from most to least. You tryna get me in trouble, or what?

Anyway, here are some things I ran across this week that I thought I’d share. In fact, I didn’t just think it — Imma do it.

First, I had the second-best meal I ever ate at The Green Door in Corydon. The only meal I ever had that was better was in The English Grill in the Brown Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky. And the only reason that one was better was that it was salmon. If there is reincarnation, I hope I come back as a salmon so I can be a cannibal and eat my own kind. What bliss!

ANYWAY, Mom and I and a group from my church, Corydon Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) — don’t you just love a church with a parenthetical phrase in its name? — ate at The Kintner House Inn in Corydon, and there we met Joyce Oglesby. Joyce is a writer, radio show host and a minister in her own way (she’s married to an ordained minister), helping men, women and families navigate relationship and economic problems from a Biblical perspective. As I always say, whatever works. (No, Joyce would say, NOT “whatever works”!) She’s a charming person, and her website has recipes on it! Hurrah!

~~THIS JUST IN! My fabulous-abulous friend Jane sent me this link to an article that says: Mission Could Seek Out Spock’s Home Planet! Who else is geeking out about this? Coincidentally, one of my fellow G-plussians posted this link to a Christmas Spaceman video which I totally LOVE! Watch it and see if you agree. We now return to our regularly scheduled nonsense.~~

I was going to buy myself Scrivener writing project organizing software, but I decided to try freeware first. I found yWriter5 and downloaded it. I haven’t used it yet, but it looks MOST useful.

See you tomorrow!

WRITING PROMPT: If your main character found — and believed — that the literal factuality of his or her faith had some serious gaps, would that weaken the faith?



I was born in Louisville, Kentucky, but now live in the woods in southern Indiana. Though I only write fiction, I love to read non-fiction. The more I learn about this world, the more fantastic I see it is.

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