Here’s Why My Blog Site Looks So Different (and You’re Welcome)
If you’re thankful for the website redesign, you are welcome. If you’re here, well, you’re welcome any time. I hope you make this a regular thing.
THE LATEST FROM ALL THINGS WORK TOGETHER:
The One Thing I Needed to Guarantee My DIY Project Succeeded
The YouTube videos made it look like an easy DIY project. I managed to make framing our bathroom mirrors difficult. A reflection of me?
This Advice for Daylight Saving Time Would Have Saved Me Money
Twice a year in the United States, we change our clocks because of Daylight Saving Time, but this year I’m going to make it work for me by doing this.
We Love Him Because He Loved Us First–and Most
It’s Valentine’s Day and I’m writing about a Christmas long ago. Why? Because it’s all about the love.
460 Kid-Friendly Jokes to Break the Tension and Lighten Their Mood
If you want clean humor for your young person that will make you laugh, too, check out this joke book written for kids by a kid.
What’s INSIDE? (definitely under construction…)
Hi, I’m SARA, WRITER AND PODCASTER
I’ve been writing blog posts for All Things Work Together since 2012 and podcasting those posts at Sara’s Shorts, pocket-sized stories for the soul, since early 2022. My stories are faith-based, humor-laced, and written from the belief that God works even the hard things for our good.
I’m glad you’re here!
throwback posts from the blog:
The Final Shade of Death: She Doesn’t Have Alzheimer’s Anymore!
The eulogy for my mother — but, more important, why the final “shade of death” from Alzheimer’s is joyous for believers in Jesus.
Shades of Death: When You Lose a Loved One to Alzheimer’s Disease
When you lose someone by Alzheimer’s, you lose her progressively. Both you and the one you love experience shades of death.
We Returned to the River Without Him and It Hurt So Good
It’s difficult to return to a favorite spot you’d always shared with someone you loved but is gone. But this year we returned to the river — and the missing was good.
Their Chance to Shine Was This Teacher’s Time to Grade Myself
As the high school English teacher, I lead seniors through their Capstone Projects, a graduation requirement. But their achievement makes me see myself in a different light.