Monthly Archives: March 2018

A Family Affair

My writing has been put on a temporary hold so that I can help get illustrations finished. My sister is getting ready to publish her first book. The Dog Who Thinks He Is A Goat is a cute little story … Continue reading

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Remarkable Reads for 2018, Part Three

I read four more books this month, so I’m still on track for reaching my Goodreads goal of 50 for this year. All were enjoyable reads.   Snow and the Seven Teenagers by Julia Keanini (Book Two in Second Chance … Continue reading

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Whispers To The Past

This past week I had yet another appointment out of town and completely forgot to type up my post and schedule it. So I decided to go ahead and post Saturday. We’re talking about advice we wish we had been … Continue reading

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Brave, Courageous and Bold

This week’s topic is the advice we would give to our younger selves. That’s easy. There are two which would have made my life much better and they are linked: “Be brave”. “Rely on yourself”. I still have to battle … Continue reading

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I Didn’t Need No Stinking Advice

What I mean is: I probably wouldn’t have followed it anyway By Jeff Salter This week, we’re blogging about advice — what advice do we wish we’d been given when we were younger? As I mentioned to the Monday Fox, … Continue reading

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I Wish I’d Known…

Topic of the week: What advice do you wish you’d been given when you were younger? This is a question I posed. I must have put it in the queue a long time ago, because I honestly don’t remember what … Continue reading

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