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About dgood648

Donna Clark Goodrich, Mesa, Arizona, is a speaker and author of 24 books and over 700 published manuscripts. She and her husband Gary have 1 son, 2 daughters, a pastor son-in-law, and 2 granddaughters. A freelance proofreader/editor and speaker, she enjoys writing devotionals, self-help books, and personal experience articles. Her latest books are A Step in the Write Direction—the Complete How-to Book for Christian Writers, The Freedom of Letting Go, and a joke book, The Little Book of Big Laughs. A children’s picture book Rhyme Time Stories for Little Ones will be released in February 2016 from Harvest House. Contact her at dgood648@aol.com or www.thewritersfriend.net. She also blogs every Monday at: http://donna-goodrich.blogspot.com

Scrabble and Meat Loaf…Donna Clark Goodrich

  Scrabble™ and Meat Loaf Donna Clark Goodrich I met Esther on our first Sunday in Arizona. She was in our Sunday school class and, being only six weeks apart in age and with the same zany sense of humor, … Continue reading

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The Valentine Gift I’ll Never Forget…by Donna Clark Goodrich

Valentine’s Day was approaching—and I was spending it in the hospital. A case of the flu had turned in to acute bronchitis, and I found myself celebrating the holiday as a patient at Trinity Lutheran Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri. … Continue reading

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My Thankful Memory Bank

My Thankful Memory Bank Donna Clark Goodrich “I sure miss trading stamps,” my sister said one night. I agreed, adding, “I’ll never forget what happened one time I went to trade some in.” Our eight-month-old daughter had pneumonia and was … Continue reading

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God’s Ways Are Not Our Ways by Donna Goodrich

  For Elmer’s Sake For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways, saith the Lord. (Isaiah 55:8) “Lord, why have you let Mother linger so long? You know she’s ready to go.” It was two … Continue reading

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