Author Interview: Mary Smith

I thought this interview would be interesting to authors of non-fiction and fictionalized truth. Reblogged from


An instructive, educative, and revealing interview with Author, Poet, Journalist and Blogger: Mary Smith.
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FP: You describe yourself as an author, poet and journalist but, from all these three designations, which do you think defines you most of all?

Mary: I think it all depends on what I am working at the time! It’s probably the combination of all three which defines me. 

FP: Can you please give my readers a short biography about yourself?

Mary: I grew up in south west Scotland. When I left school I went to work in a bank. My mother had a dream I would become the country’s first female bank manager but I very soon realized this was not for me. I hated working with numbers. I travelled in Europe for a while and, on my return I started working with Oxfam in England.

My job was a combination of fundraising and trying…

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Prayer for Schools

Read it out loud as my own prayer. Thank you for sharing. Reblogged from

Dear God and Father,

We come before you this day to pray for our schools. The daycare, preschool, middle school, and high school and ask that you flood them with light. Release angels to protect our children from the wrath of Satan and wickedness of man. Keep them from the hour of temptation and protect them from the bully at school. Expose the child molester and the sex addicts, including those who seek to traffic our children. Remove them from positions of power and restore health, vitality, and love within the schools.

Bring prayer back into the school system, including daycare. Bring back the Bible that teaches people how to love correctly. Bring back praying teachers and principles. Give us principles and teachers who love your creation and that it is not simply a job, but a calling. Give Christian parents supernatural discernment about the goings at school and give…

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Turning Back the Clock serialisation – Chapter Two – Acid Balance in the body

Thank you so much for posting this. It adds to research I’ve already been doing but didn’t know which foods to eat, how much, and when. I will definitely be implementing this in my own life. Reblogged from

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Health and energy and long life all begin with a correct pH balance. The pH balance refers to the acidity or alkalinity of every living organism. The scale for measuring this balance is called Potential for Hydrogen or pH balance and each system or organ has its optimum balance for health. The scale goes from 0 to 14 with 7.0 being neutral with anything above 7 as alkaline and anything below 7 being acidic. Each step up or down is ten times the previous which means that even a change of .1 will have an effect on your body.

For example human blood stays in a very narrow pH range between 7.35 and 7.45. If the balance goes either side of this there will be varying symptoms of disease. In fact if the pH level drops…

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Just a Thought

Good point. It’s so easy to tout the things we abstain from as Christians. Maybe we don’t tout the good things we do because scripture tells us not to “let the left hand know what the right hand is doing.” We don’t want to sound boastful or prideful, but touting ourselves at all is still pride. I need more practice at just talking about my best friend: Jesus.

Truth in Palmyra

right and wrong

Are we only known for the “wrong” things we won’t do, or do others know us for the good things we actually do?

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The Spunky & The Pumpkin Meet.

Can’t get enough of this cat! Reblogged from


For those of you who have never met My Pal Spunky, let me introduce you to him.

My little white tiger.Spunky, the little white tiger was the first of his siblings to do everything and without a fear in his snowy pure heart. And thus was born a name.

He learned many things along the way, one of which was taught him by his mother Kitty.

Gray cat with glow in the dark green eyes.You know what you taught him Kitty. Kitty helped me during my early months after my fall in my home. I assure you, she is much more intelligent than this picture would imply.

What did she teach Spunky?

Kat-fuThe art of Cat-Fu.

Kitty In ReposeMomma did not say knock her out, Spunky. but Spunky was trained to face any challenge or surprise encounter that came before him.

Then one day Spunky was roused from his resting slumber.

Spunky_In_Chair.jpgSpunky had never seen the inside of a pumpkin before, let alone…

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10 Misconceptions About Being A Christian

1)      I’m an American 2)      I was raised in a Christian home 3)      My dad/uncle/grandfather was a preacher 4)      I’ve gone to church all my life 5)      I’m a good person 6)      I’ve never committed a crime 7)      I read the Bible and pray 8)      I don’t hurt people 9)      Someone told me I’m a … Continue reading 10 Misconceptions About Being A Christian