About Mary

Welcome!

Thanks for visiting this website! Mary May Larmoyeux

I hope that you’ll find an article, poem, or recipe that will somehow brighten your day!

If you have a school-age child, you may want to check out “Ask a Teacher” with Nancy Downing. She’s a former USA Today Teacher of the Year and has some great ideas!

And if you like poetry, please spend a few minutes reading some of Rita Goodgame’s beautiful poems. She’s a gracious lady who has such a gift for words!

Now, what woman doesn’t like a new recipe! Just head over to the recipe section of this site, and you’ll learn how to make Mexican Cheesecake, Spicy Cocoa Muffins, and much more.

For those of you with grandchildren, I think that you’ll enjoy browsing through the posts in The Grand Connection.

Finally, if you are a writer, there is a list of writing organizations, conferences, and resources especially for you. Just click on Resources for Writers in the articles section.

Have a wonderful day and thanks for stopping by! Mary

About Mary

Mary and her husband, Jim, live in Arkansas. They have two married children and six grandchildren. She loves to write true stories and never tires of telling how God changes lives and legacies.

A writer for FamilyLife by day, Mary is also a freelance writer and has authored several books. These include Help for Busy Moms: Purposeful Living to Simplify Life (Pleasant Word) and My Heart’s at Home: Encouragement for Working Moms (B & H Publishers). She is the co-author of There’s No Place Like Home: Steps to Becoming a Stay-at-Home Mom (B & H Publishers) and The Resurrection Egg Activity Book (published by FamilyLife). Her articles have appeared in not only The Family Room, but also in publications such as Discovery Years, Maumelle Living, Fresh Outlook, the Arkansas Baptist News, AY Magazine, HomeLife, etc.

Mary is the current president of Little Rock American Christian Writers and a past-president of the Arkansas Pioneer Branch of the National League of American Pen Women. She has served on the board of the Arkansas Writers’ Conference.

 

Jim and  Mary Larmoyeux