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Interesting Book I Am Reading

During Sunday School Class, the topic of a book came up that sounded very intriging.


Case for Christ/Case for Faith Compilation [Kindle Edition]

Lee Strobel

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Lee Strobel (, with a journalism degree from the University of Missouri and a Master of Studies in Law degree from Yale Law School, was the award-winning legal editor of the Chicago Tribune and a spiritual skeptic until 1981. His books include four Gold Medallion winners and the 2005 Christian Book of the Year (coauthored with Garry Poole). He and his wife live in Colorado.

First of all to find out that he was an atheist when he first began was a surprise to me.  He only began to investigate due to his wife becoming a Christian.  His book has become a movie if you are not patient enough to read a book so look to see if it is available in DVD in your area.

Sorry I am not giving away about the book….read it for yourself and I will say that you will be glad that you did.  Just do not expect to get much done around the house as it is one of those can’t put it down books once you start to read it.

Tammye Honey


Daily Prompt: Unconventional Love In Writing

Daily Prompt: Unconventional Love

Over the weekend, we explored different ways to love. Today, tell us about the most unconventional love in your life.

Photographers, share a photo that says unconventional. 

The love shown by other blog sites for your writings.  I awoke this morning to have received three awards in one from

The instructions were quite simple:

The rules for the awards are as follows:

  1. Display the Award Certificate on your website.
  2. Announce your win with a post and link to whoever presented you with the award.
  3. Present 15 awards to deserving bloggers.
  4. Drop them a comment to tip them off after you have linked them in the post.
  5. Post 7 interesting things about yourself:

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So here are the Awards.  This is about as unconventional as it gets.  This is an honor.

Seven Interesting Things about Myself:

  1. The sunlight gives me migraines so I am not able to go outside much.
  2. I love fresh air so my windows are open even on chilly days
  3. I do not leave the house very much
  4. It takes me forever to get to sleep at night and stay asleep.
  5. I love to paint with acrylic and oil paints on canvas but rarely do it.
  6. I love my coffee in the morning
  7. I do not like to be waken during the night for a dumb reason.  If the house is not on fire or a tornado, or an emergency, let me sleep or I am not a nice person.

Wow now for fifteen nominees that I have never picked before?

Wait…With this I should just take a road trip…you will have to see my day today Day7

So lets see what the other Daily Prompt Writers had to say on the subject then we can continue on with the road trip,

So hurry back to see who I nominated…

  1. Friends with benefits… | Hope* the happy hugger
  2. But against | vicariously in love with you
  3. velvetspage’s Blog
  4. Daily Prompt: « Mama Bear Musings
  5. What’s In A Word | Tony’s Texts
  6. God on the Hudson | One Man Versus the World
  7. Dimples and Dreadlocks (Short Fiction) | The Jittery Goat
  8. Who prays to have a best friend? | Daily Prompt: Unconventional Love | likereadingontrains
  9. Unconventional Love | Nanuschka’s Blog
  10. Daily Prompt: Unconventional Love | superalice
  11. DP Challenge – Unconventional Love | Travels and Trifles
  12. Unconventional | Travellin’ Thru Rambles
  13. Daily Prompt: Unconventional Love | JUkk
  14. Paraclete | Relax…
  15. Flight of the discord | Miss Moiety
  16. Unconventional Love ♥ | The Silver Lining of the Optimistic Pessimist
  17. Unconventional Love? | the world behind the lens
  18. Daily Prompt: Unconventional | Postcards from
  19. Beware Cupid’s Arrow | Donbury Pond
  20. Telephonic Invasion | charlottesville winter
  21. The Artist Who Loves Facts | The Magic Black Book
  22. Daily Prompt: Unconventional Love | Chronicles of an Anglo Swiss
  23. Unconventional Love is … | Cozy Compulsions @ Midnight
  24. Daily Prompt: Unconventional Love | On My Front Porch
  25. Daily Prompt: Unconventional Love | Little Growing Pains
  26. Daily Prompt: Unconventional Love | Of Glass & Paper
  27. The Social Stigma of Adoption | Feit Can Write
  28. Daily Prompt: Unconventional Love 14th May 2013 | ittikorn1994
  29. Unconventional love | Stephen Chapman
  30. Daily Prompt: Unconventional Love | writinglikeastoner
  31. Daily Prompt: Unconventional Love | L’S THOUGHTS….
  32. Unconventional | Random Encounters of an Inquisitive Mind
  33. Truth Bomb | Catching Happy
  34. A Bear and a Lion… | Haiku By Ku

Happy Reading

Tammye Honey










Day 5 of Road Trip A-Z Challenge

Post A-to-Z Road Trip [2013]

So here I am on day 5 of my journey.  Who will I explore today?  Perhaps I will find some exciting articles and possible great foods or jokes along the way.

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Perhaps there will be 15 Nominees to accept this award out there.

My first stop is


I am a 43 yr old woman trying to find her way in life and often don’t know if I ever will! Read my ramblings get to know me. You will be amazed or not! Lol!

Hello! Thanks for stopping by my blog 😀 I’m Leslie and my brain is where all these posts fall out of – for better or worse! I’m a video game geek, maker of crafts, sci-fi enthusiast, reader, writer, picture taker, believer in animal rights, and all around nut job (diagnostically speaking 😉

What I have here at For Therapy & Function is mostly an opinion blog. But not just mine! I completely welcome your thoughts too 😀 I don’t need you to agree with me – I just ask that you please be respectful in the debate to myself and other people in the comments section

 That said, this is also a personal blog. I talk a lot about my personal experiences, my mental health, my goals and my ideas. On another side I occasionally talk about what’s going on in the day to day – stuff about my family or pets.

When Doreen’s brother was murdered, she was shattered.  She dove head first into working; writing and learning.  Anything to keep herself  from feeling or dealing with her loss and the complete unraveling of her family.   Doreen  was fortunate enough to come in contact with some very special people at the Network of Victim Assistance.  She joined a Homicide Survivors Group and then became active in the state of Pennsylvania’s largest and most comprehensive victim service organization, NOVA,  as an advocate, board member and speaker.  She has become a voice for those affected by violence and bullying.  She has also become a champion for the elderly; who sometimes have trouble admitting they have been victimized.

Doreen has written for several Philadelphia area newspapers and is a member of The Press Club, the Chamber of Commerce and several Writers Groups including “Hot Pens” in Newtown Square, Pa.

She met (online) and married the love of her life and soul mate, John.  It was John who insisted she finish her book.  The header on this website is the very beach in Strathmere, New Jersey where  at sunset, surrounded by their friends and families they were married.

Together, Doreen and John have 5 grown children  (2 more in heaven), and 11 grand children (their own little cult).  Doreen lives in Delaware County, Pa. with her husband, John,  2 yappy terriers and a homeless woman named Sophie.  Update: (After 2 years and 4 months we have found a home for Sophie.  She is receiving the care she needs.  John and I miss her; yet we are enjoying our (we) time.

It all started with the endless winters in the Balkans.

Sometime in the middle of primary school, while in my native Romania, I began trudging through the snow, barely making it to the library. Electricity was sparse, and clouds chased away the sun at noon. Not much to do at home. The library managed to have power all day, served the best hot chocolate, and it housed collections of Eminescu, Arghezi, even some early Eliade. It also stored works by Dickens,  Hugo, and Dostoevsky, though not every librarian considered them age appropriate. A bountiful source of the finest stories.

It’s safe to say, it was when I sat in the back of the library, that I passed suddenly and passively into a state of mind similar to bliss. The reading paradise. I would have happily taken up residence in the sixteenth-century building, even tolerated the mice at night, if left alone with my books. 

The writing came later. I had never planned to be a writer, but the reading led to inspiration, and ideas willed the pen into my hand. A high school teacher liked my essay on Eminescu’s “Evening Star,” so I wrote another one, followed by a short story that would have given me no peace had it not found its way onto paper.

I moved to the U.S. in 1992 to finish my studies, and started writing in English, a beautiful challenge. The world of fiction writing continues to provide a great counterbalance to the legal research and document drafting I tackle for a paycheck in a law office.

Today, I live in sunny California where the reading and writing continues. Although far from the harsh winters of the Balkans, I sometimes miss the old library in Romania.

About Me

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I am an eclectic, introverted shopaholic with too many hobbies. I write… read… customise clothes… watch films, new and old… make greetings cards… cross-stitch… love vintage fashion, hair-styles and make-up… listen to music, again new and old… love shoes… drink lots of tea… and eat chocolate.

The Greek word Zoe means of the absolute fullness of life, both essential and ethical, which belongs to God, and through Him  – life real and genuine, a life active and vigorous, devoted to God, blessed, in the portion even in this world of those who put their trust in Christ, and to last for ever.

Zoe Cottage is the name of our new home, and after four years of blogging elsewhere I am starting fresh with a new look and a new name. Please feel free to join the conversation–it will be wide and varied!


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Happily married for lots of years to great guy, mother of one wonderful daughter. I have lots of interests and wished I had more time to explore them all.

Who is Ribbie? Good question. Difficult to answer. One thing is clear, Ribbie defies definition. An artist, no. A poet, twice, as in two poems. A writer of note, not. A gambler, never. A fisherman of sorts, as a child. Never cared much for comic books, did Ribbie. Music lover, with musical genes and no gift. But what kind of music? Jazz – Miles, Coltrane, Herbie Hancock, Pat Metheny to name a few. Classical too. Beethoven, Bach, Chopin and others. Some Rock – old stuff, the Rolling Stones, Beatles, the Who, Led Zeppelin, old Genesis records, Pink Floyd, Yes, Jeff Beck, Joni Mitchell and Nick Drake. By these ancient references, it is not hard to guess Ribbie’s age.

A devoted husband and father, Ribbie delights in the simple pleasures of life – day trips with family just to get out, barbecues, birding, a stroll in the arboretum, making hillbilly chilly and chillin with Ella the cat. Reading is one of Ribbie’s passions. Ribbie reads voraciously. In fact, he reads 3 or 4 books at a time, for Ribbie can, despite evidence to the contrary, focus on one task and complete it in a timely fashion. He can. What is Ribbie currently reading you ask? Twilight of the Elites: America After Meritocracy by Chris Hayes; At the Tea Party edited by Laura Flanders;  and The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America’s Great Migration by Isabel Wilkerson.

Speaking of books, there are two that have influenced Ribbie the most and inspired him to become a teacher: A People’s History of the United States, by Howard Zinn and Pedagogy of the Oppressed, by Paulo Freire. Ribbie teaches English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) at a Community College and directs a community based Adult Basic Education (ABE) program. An advocate for increased funding for ABE programs which include literacy, Pre-GED, GED, ESOL, college transitions, and Citizenship classes, Ribbie believes that all adults have a right to free basic education.

Thank you for reading my blog! I’m originally from the mid-west but my family moved to the West Coast a long, long time ago and I went to high school and college out here. I’m a SoCal chicka! I’ve been married since 1994 to a tug boat captain who travels the world. Sometimes he’s here, sometimes he’s not. My proudest accomplishment is being the stay-at-home mom of a wonderful college graduate son. Yes, I am obnoxiously proud of my Angel Boy’s Ph.D. I have a background in education, marketing, advertising, and public relations. I’ve been in a few films, helped my surfer husband with a surf-related radio show, owned a couple of small businesses, and co-founded and co-directed a non-profit organization with my captain Right now,  I’m building acopyediting and proofreading career with diverse assignments ranging from neuroscience documents to grants for a theater group to ascientific paper originally written in German. I love seashells and rocks, gardening and baking, Hello Kitty and Chanel, and everything with sparkles and leopard print.

It is my prayer that these flaming words will ignite a fire within the hearts of my readers, inspiring them, bringing them joy, and comforting their pain as they enter this safe haven in the midst of the fiery flames.


Originally a cockney from the East End of London. Arrived in Switzerland 46 years ago and due to meeting Mr. Swiss, I am still here. Mother of two sons, have been adopted by 3 cats. Worked 30 years as an export clerk for a Swiss machine tool company and am now retired. Like to go for walks with my camera and write blogs, flash fiction, poems to make life interesting. Speak fluent German/Swiss German, French, Italian and some Russian. Mother tongue: still cockney english.


I had noticed that the A-Z challenge blogs were mostly from Blogspot and not from Word Press so I changed it up today and went to my reader to find some inspiration for Mothers Day. This award was an inspiration to me to find blogs that I have followed and that have given me a shiny moment in my life.  I hope that it does the same for you.

Carry on the torch and find several blogs that inspire you and nominate them.

Tammye Honey.


Daily Prompt: Seeking Advice

Daily Prompt: Key Takeaway

Give your newer sisters and brothers-in-WordPress one piece of advice based on your experiences blogging.

If you’re a new blogger, what’s one question you’d like to ask other bloggers?

(Make sure to visit one another’s posts today, to check ‘em out and respond!)

I feel that I am still new at blogging and the concept of how to even set up a blog properly.  I have been writing here at Word Press for about a year now and am still learning.  I still have so much to learn about just the set up.

I blog from the heart most of the time or about something that really sparks my interest.

I see that several of the blogs that I follow have just one theme.  I have several blogs instead.  Each blog has it’s own theme.

Since I did not want to mix my businesses with my cooking and my daily prompt with my cooking, that is why I set it up this way.

Dear knowledgeable ones should I have kept it with one blog and have just made different pages on the one blog?
Now that I have a year under my belt I have finally learned enough to ask this question.
When I first started, I did not know enough to even know what questions to ask.

Here are what other Daily Prompt Writers had to say on the subject:

  1. The People Who Live Inside The Bar Chart | The Magic Black Book
  2. Unique Outlook | Travellin’ Thru Rambles
  3. Daily Prompt: Key Takeaway | JUkk
  4. Daily Prompt: Key Takeaway | بيسان
  5. May 7 Daily Prompt: Key Takeaway | Nadeen’s Reading Corner
  6. Read (Not Just Your Stuff) | Daily Prompt: Key Takeaway | likereadingontrains
  7. Interests first, readers second. | Phelio a Random Post a Day
  8. Daily Prompt: Key Takeaway | A Glimps of HOPE
  9. Things that matter | writemybrainsout
  10. Daily Prompt: Key Takeaway | The Following | The Writing Righter
  11. 7:5 Daily Prompt: Key Takeaway | family photos food & craft
  12. 1 Introduction: Daily prompt | Sofie’s Diary
  13. Daily Prompt: Key Takeaway | HpWpBp
  14. Best Blogging Advice Money Can’t Buy | The Jittery Goat
  15. Blogging | Hope* the happy hugger
  16. The burning question | Right Down My Alley
  17. Be yourself. | The Unthemed Nook
  18. Daily Prompt: Key Takeaway | writinglikeastoner

Any advice that you have is always appreciated.

Tammye Honey



Daily Prompt: My Favorite Grandchildren


Daily Prompt: My Favorite

by michelle w. on January 6, 2013

What’s the most time you’ve ever spent apart from your favorite person? Tell us about it.

It has been about two years due to surgeries that I have not been able to travel back to New York State to visit my family and the hardest part is not seeing all of my grandchildren.

Keeping in touch on



has made it easier to keep up with their growing yet it is not the same as holding and spoiling them personally.

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Then there is the group that is on other side of state with very busy parents:

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The rest of the children’s photos were accidentally deleted due to the children playing with the cameras when they visit…

boysThat is who I miss…what about you?