Agatha Christie did it. Sue Grafton did it. They wrote murder mysteries using the alphabet. Fiction, gratefully.
True crime instances of alphabet murders exist. Sadly.
I love reading a good mystery, and Christie and Grafton gave us some great reads using the alphabet. But for me, there are four letters of the alphabet that bring fear, anger, and sadness.
Anyone who knows me knows I love my dogs. I have an enduring affection for Pomeranians. For me, there’s no better breed, and they have the best, biggest fluffy tails ever. Ever. Continue reading “Mystery of the Killer Letters”
It happened on a dark, dreary night…laundry night.
Okay, it wasn’t really a dreary night, just laundry night. But you have to admit, laundry night is its own kind of dreary.
Everything was going along as usual, move one load to the dryer, put another load into the washer. I was folding my first load out of the dryer when it happened. I wasn’t looking for trouble, but hey, laundry can be trouble all by itself. Continue reading “The Irrational Mystery”
A stormy weekend
Multiple cups of coffee
iPhone set to “Do Not Disturb”
Piles of ignored laundry
A good book
Me Continue reading “The Good Book Mystery”
Perfection. The epitome of the highest quality of skill, character, talent, or beauty. It’s easy to understand what perfection is, but it is so hard to attain.
I must confess that I am a perfectionist, almost obsessive in my pursuit. For years I served in music ministry in various churches. I served as choir director, as worship leader, and as music minister. I played various instruments in our church orchestra or praise band. Continue reading “Mystery of Imperfection”
“…that they may have the full riches of complete understanding, in order that they may know the mystery of God, namely, Christ, in whom are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge.” Colossians 2: 1,2
What is Christmas? Just saying the word Christmas can awaken images, memories, and emotions. Continue reading “Mystery of Christmas”