Monthly Archives: July 2016

It’s Time

There have been a few moments in my life when I’ve come to the realization that if I don’t do something ‘now,’ I’m going to regret it. Moments when I knew I needed to step up to the plate, dig my … Continue reading

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A Peachy Problem

Dear diced peaches company… While I realize diced in no way means minced, neither does it mean CHUNKS. Diced is what I do to onions for spaghetti – unless my baby brother might be eating it and then I go … Continue reading

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A Rough Couple of Days

This morning, we said goodbye to our second oldest cat, Sophie. Three in a single year. You might remember Jasper, the youngest, was hit by a car last July. Three months later, thirteen year old Sam died in October. Then … Continue reading

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Writing Updates

Anyone who’s followed me for any length of time might have heard me mention that I’d love to figure out how to work on two books at a time. Why? Because when I get stuck on one story, I could … Continue reading

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Change Our Focus, Change Our World

Through the years, I’ve found that my mood is greatly influenced by what I see and hear. This is especially true when I’m writing. If I have a happy scene to write, I choose an upbeat playlist to listen to … Continue reading

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