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Hi, I’m Kristy, lover of God, family, friends, good books, and yummy food. I’m also on a quest to get in the best shape of my life. As a clean and wholesome/Christian romance author, I spend much of my days sitting at a desk. And we all know that a sedentary lifestyle isn’t conducive to good health. So it’s time to change all that. To start counteracting the side effects of too little activity, hypothyroidism, and gluten intolerance. Yeah, It’s time to get busy because I plan on living to be a happy, healthy, and energetic centenarian. I also plan on writing a lot more books! 🙂
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Monthly Archives: August 2013
I’d originally planned to post this on April 27th, but given the circumstances, decided to hold off for a while. So here it is, nearly four months later… I had to make a trip to the largest of the small … Continue reading →
Technically I suppose it’s not really the story, but more like the reason A Fine Mess came into being. The story itself is simple, Christian Annie Blake winds up marrying non-Christian Ian McCann to protect her father, who did something … Continue reading →
~~~ I have been experiencing some breathlessness and extreme fatigue again, and couldn’t figure out what was causing it. I was being 100% diligent about buying gluten-free foods for myself, haven’t cheated even once (though I’ve been tempted to a … Continue reading →
~~~ This was originally posted on July 23, 2012, and decided to put it up again. I’ve been seeing so many crazy things on the road lately that it just really scares me the way people drive. I really hope … Continue reading →
When we stand in front of a mirror, we see what everyone else sees when they look at us. That reflection is such an infinitesimal part of who we are that it shouldn’t matter as much as it does. But … Continue reading →