Tim Suddeth live in the Greenville, SC area and am very interested in writing for blogs and magazines. He has been published in christiandevotions.us and Guideposts magazine. Currently working on his first novel about a family dealing with autism.
He is a graduate of Clemson University and Southeastern Theological Seminary. Married with one incredible young son and two schnauzers.
No matter how old you are, you can always start something new. Whether it’s learning how to draw, to play cribbage, or to cook a souffle. If you’re willing. Learning and being pliable are two of the things that keep us young.
My summer started with a friend inviting me to join his senior summer bowling league. Once I got passed that ‘senior’, I said why not.
Back in junior high school (over 40 years ago), I bowled on a local rec league. My greatest memories were accidentally wearing the lane’s bowling shoes to a school Christmas party (Red and gray striped shoes go with anything, right?) and having my elbow burned by a cigarette. Not the high points of my life.
We have all been captured by the power of words. Whether it was a line from a summer song, a love poem from a not-so-secret admirer, or a campfire tale that made your skin tingle; we well save been captured in the grip of used words.