Highbanks Road: Where All Things Are Possible

Originally posted on Pilgrim Strong:
? ? A photo I took a few years back where Highbanks Road dead ends into the St. Francis River. I’ve thought a lot about roads lately–especially the…

Pilgrim Strong: An Interview with Author Steve Watkins

Originally posted on camino times two:
There are dozens of books written about people’s personal experience on the Camino. Today, a new one will be added to the list, and I’m particularly excited…

Reposting in honor of my husband’s birthday, my hero.

Every year I consider writing a blog to my husband, the writer. But I really think I said it best this one time. Happy Birthday Steve, can’t WAIT to see you. Seriously.  … Continue reading

My Day in Jipijapa

Originally posted on Pilgrim Strong:
The streets of Jipijapa. This is an extremely calm scene relative to most times. Notice the name on the commercial tienda. “El Gato.” Everyone has a nickname here,…

Day 13: Maria Blount aka “la Chihuahua”

Originally posted on Note A Day:
(Note: One of the great fortunes I’ve experienced in traveling is the tendency to develop “sister relationships” in different places. It’s probably the result of being an…

Day 10: Ray Scales (The Rev)

Originally posted on Note A Day:
Ray Scales, back in the day when everyone knew him as the best television camera man in Arkansas. (Note: I first met Ray Scales in 1988 when…

Day 6: Annie O’Neil

Originally posted on Note A Day:
(Note: Annie O’Neil is a producer and documentary film maker. You can catch her work at some links listed below.) Dear Annie: There are all kinds of…

Day 3: Nate and Faith Walter

Dear Nate & Faith: It was such a pleasure meeting you both in Santiago de Compostela last November. Lucky for us Dana made us keep searching the narrow, crowded streets, and that we… Continue reading

Metanoia: The Ultimate Game Changer

“What comes to our mind when we think about God is the most important thing about us.” ~ A.W. Tozer It’s difficult to pinpoint exactly when, or what caused it, but at some point,… Continue reading

Clean Slate: A Vision

Prologue One of the favorite things about my life in recent years is a growing diversity of friendships. I have friends of every color and creed across six continents, representing many religions, as… Continue reading