Pappy Loves Braydon
A picture book for children that tells the story of a special relationship between a grandfather and his grandson, the importance of being together and creating lasting memories, and most importantly, and sharing the feeling of love.
Make Room for Nana
An illustrated children’s book that celebrates the changes in life as a young family outgrows pews, car seats, and restaurant tables… it always seems that room for Nana is at a premium
Collections in Hysteria
A witty book for parents of all ages, reminding them of the joy, agony, and pride of raising children… based on collections of comical events and sayings from 30 years of parenting
About the Author
Elizabeth is a mother of four children and four grandchildren. After teaching English for over 20 years, she is pursuing a master’s degree in literature as well as a career in writing. As an evangelical pastor’s wife for 30 years, she has been blessed with many opportunities to teach children, teens, and women of all ages.
God has given a great richness to life through which humans experience joys, loves, hopes, and purposes. Elizabeth hopes to share these characteristics of life with you and your family through her writing. Sometimes writing requires a poignant pen to capture the things that bring joy, bear pain, turn smiles, and share love.
I recently returned from a trip to England, a country with which I have great fascination. I made a few interesting observations about my trip and my response to travel at my advanced age. When I compare present myself to my younger self, I realize that I no longer have a very adventurous spirit; I Read more about A Brief Travel Experience[…]
Hunting seems like a natural instinct for human beings. I don’t believe that we ascend from the animal kingdom, but I do believe that most of us are on the hunt for something, something that will enhance our lives or give our lives meaning and purpose. Some people hunt for wealth and prestige, satisfaction and Read more about Liz and Lane Go Hunting[…]
When my recent birthday rolled around, and I found myself knocking on the door of sixty years old. When did that happen? Age is a creeper. It sneaks up slowly and then attacks. It’s like the English Ivy on the side of a house. It starts out slowly; its tendrils stealthily reaching up and attaching Read more about Age is a Creeper[…]
Long ago in ancient times– when I was five years old– an old man in my church had a pocketful of anise mints. He handed one to each child after the church service. I do not remember the circumstances, but I do remember the mints and that he was approachable. My husband kept a jar Read more about The Candy Nana at Church[…]
Several weeks ago, a crazed and angry young man took a gun into a Florida school and shot many unsuspecting young people who were going about their school day as they did every other day of the week. And suddenly, many of them were dead. The outrage over the mass shooting created such a maelstrom Read more about Guns and School Violence[…]
The East Coast was at fever pitch with anticipation of the match-up between the NE Patriots and the Philadephia Eagles in the biggest game of the year. The Patriots are a remarkable team with a remarkable quarterback and a strong coach, except for the times that they cheat. The Eagles’ history is not so remarkable. Read more about Eagles’ Fever[…]
Many of you have experienced the deep freeze in South Jersey this week. The temperatures have dipped so low that frostbite is actually a possibility. The snow lies on the ground, not melting. I have heard from several people that this bitter weather is highly unusual for this area, and though the roads have received Read more about The Deep Freeze[…]
The months before Christmas fill us with anticipation and excitment. The twinkling lights, paper, bows, rolls of scotch tape, gifts, cookies, candy, fudge, friends all increase the level of expectation. As we move through the season, we travel to places that have light shows, attend musical programs, watch Christmas movies, and immerse ourselves in the Read more about The Christmas Aftermath[…]
Our children have grown up with the idea that Black Friday is the official beginning of the Christmas season. Always looking to gain a new tidbit of information, I learned that one of the first references to Black Friday had nothing to do with bargains or big box stores. In the early 1600s, Black Friday Read more about The Bane of Black Friday Shopping[…]