Loving the Enemy 

  By G.P. Avants   I am watching a scene from the Mummy 2, that really has tugged at my heart and mind. Rick O’Connell and the Mummy, Imhotop are both clinging for life on the edge of a pit of souls. Rick’s love, Evelyn reaches for him and pulls him to safety.  The Mummy looks to his woman, Anck Su to save him. They lock … Continue reading Loving the Enemy 

There is Never Wrong Time to Write Part 2  

  Writers do need time of solitary time to write. As a social person that part is tough. I give myself an hour a day during the week, a couple hours on Saturday, and take a break on Sunday. Sometimes, no, all the time, it can be tough to sit alone, when my family is laughing and playing without me. (As I am writing this … Continue reading There is Never Wrong Time to Write Part 2  

There’s Never a Wrong Time to Write Part 1 

  By G.P. Avants   Do you get ideas that pop into your head at the most inconvenient times? I mean, ideas for stories or blogs? We don’t always have a computer handy when we are riding a bike, or waiting for our kids to finish dance. As I write this now, we are driving a four or more-hour trip to Vegas for my daughter’s … Continue reading There’s Never a Wrong Time to Write Part 1 

Creation vs. Invention 

“Everything that God created is good, and nothing is to be rejected.” I Timothy 4:4 I love to watch shows about inventions and contraptions. It’s really pretty amazing to see where a lot of our modern conveniences got their start. Did you know that the first microwave was around in the 50’s? That’s right but, it was still experimental and pretty bulky for commercial use. … Continue reading Creation vs. Invention 

Always Bring a Butterfly Net (A tribute to a spring of new ideas)

In a world of busy things, Of cars, and flying thing with wings, Stress and business, words that sing, Things get lost that once were dreams. How do you capture these allusive thoughts, Keep the good ones, Bad ones toss? Will they hover for one moment, And then are lost? Inspiration hits like thunder Then they busy brain can blunder Where did idea go in … Continue reading Always Bring a Butterfly Net (A tribute to a spring of new ideas)