Posts by Heather K. Duff

The Meaningful Journey So Far…

I wrote about my focus on the meaningful here. Since the beginning of the year I have done a few things to keep me moving forward in the quest. Well, one of the things I started a little over a year ago, and in retrospect, that’s probably the one thing that is directing these other…

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Starting a War

Ten days ago, I started this New Year with a fire in my heart. It took the form of a single word: Meaningful. I was—and remain—determined to fight in this war. And it is a war. Meaningful isn’t easy. It doesn’t just happen. It is a war against laziness, apathy, and the busyness of these important…

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Meaningful

Every year (or most years…) I prayerfully consider what my One Word for the new year will be. Some words have been more memorable than others, some years I kept the word in mind as an anchor. Some years, not so much. This year my word is “Meaningful.” Because… I want to do MEANINGFUL work…

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Secrets of the Queen – Sample

Secrets of the Queen – Excerpt Angus Wallbie knew the livery stable where he worked for his father was low on feed for the horses. This insignificant detail was most significant to his plan. Gilson, his cousin, was important too. Hopefully he’d succeeded in carrying the message to Angus’s grandmother. He would soon know. Lark,…

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