As a young mother, I heard author and speaker Ann Ortlund talk about cheerleading on paper. She said that when you want to compliment someone, you should write it, contending that we may easily forgetRead more
Irish redhead and former history teacher Jeanette Levellie is the author of four books and hundreds of articles, stories, and newspaper columns. Among her publishing credits are stories in Guideposts anthologies, CBN.com, and Country magazine. Jeanette is also a vocalist and speaker, splashing hope and humor on audiences of all sizes and styles. She and her pastor husband Kevin are parents to two adults, grandparents to three children, and servants to four cats. They live in Paris, IL., where the winters are frigid but the people are warm and friendly. Her hobbies include fitness, reading, and finding new ways to avoid housework.
As a parent, I flopped at saying “no.” Having grown up with an unreasonable step-dad, I preferred the kind and friendly “Maybe,” or “We’ll see,” which usually translated toRead more