I have to confess . . . I caught a bug, so my energy is zapped.  I thought it was the Christmas decorating, but Friday night I felt fine at six, tired at seven, and was in bed shivering with a fever by nine.  
Recovering now, and pressing on with Life. 
If you’ve ever wondered what an editor’s life is like, BJ Hoff has an interesting interview with Nick Harrison of Harvest House on her blog.  BJ and I both peppered Nick with questions, and he was kind enough to answer. 

If you haven’t seen it, this is an amazing little piece of footage!  The story is that this woman found this lion in a malnourished condition.  She loved him back to health and placed him in a zoo, where she visits him every day. 

Look at how he reacts when he sees her!  (And people say animals have no emotions!) 


  1. Kathy

    Too cute!

  2. jan

    i hope that you are feeling better now! get well soon!
    and yes, that clip is so special! thanks for sharing it.

  3. Marla Taviano

    We’ve been under the weather here all week too. Glad you’re feeling better!

    Loved the interview on B.J.’s site.

    And oh my WORD. That Wonderful Graffiti stuff gets me all giddy!

  4. Angela

    The Wonderful Graffiti site is amazing. But I’d feel guilty if I ever wanted to paint over it! 🙂

    Angie, feeling frugal

  5. Kay

    How sweet that video is!
    I’m glad you’re feeling better!

    I thought that Wonderful Graffiti stuff was removable.

    You can also paint your words on clear contact paper and cut around them and stick them on the wall. I did that once with a stamped border in a rental house.

  6. {Karla}

    i love that video! to think that we will all be able to lay down with lions when the Lord returns!!

    a great place for word wall art is: http://www.wallwords.com/index.htm
    you can remove them and take them with you!



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