Pondering friendship, vulnerability, and the question of whether we can ever be “used” by a person to whom we've truly given freely.
Laura McClellan is a lawyer, a writer, a productivity fanatic, and a tech geek. Married for 40+ years to her high school sweetheart, with whom she's raised five amazing kids, she's passionate about encouraging women in their individual journeys as people, wives, mothers, citizens. Laura blogs at I Was Just Thinking . . . and Real Estate Law Blog and is working on her first novel. Connect with Laura on Twitter as @LauraMcMom.
Entries by Laura
If your dream is to write, what's stopping you?
You know I have a podcast, right? Somebody reminded me recently that not everybody knows what a podcast is or how to listen to it. So I thought I should explain. What is a Podcast? A podcast is basically audio on demand. (There are video podcasts, but that's not what mine is.) It's kind of […]
Do you make new year's resolutions? Or set ambitious goals at the beginning of the year? I'm one who finds myself drawn to milestone days–the first of the year, the first of a month, a birthday, an anniversary. I use those milestone days as reminders to look back, and look forward, to take stock, re-evaluate […]
Happy Thanksgiving! I hope you're having a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday. I'm enjoying time with family and working on the last edits of Do No Harm. Thought I'd share a few updates: This week I had a guest post on the American Christian Fiction Writers blog, sharing my thoughts on thankfulness. Last weekend I was honored to […]
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