Category Archives: favorites

Autumn’s Harmony

  This week one of our foxes asked, “What’s your favorite part of autumn?” I guess I’ve always been a busy person. My parents encouraged it, because they figured it kept my brothers and me out of trouble. And it … Continue reading

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What? I Can’t Read Or Write?

If I were incapacitated to the point that I could neither read nor write, I think I’d spend my time petting the dog and watching Netflix. We got Netflix a year or so ago, and we just love it. I … Continue reading

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What’s On Your Menu?

Free Week and I had decided to talk about doing quick research for writing, then I realized that what I had  on hand said more about myself than writing. I have on my menu bar across the top of my … Continue reading

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The Traditional Southern Table

In the day of a global economy with refrigerated food carriers it’s hard to believe that until very recently in history people ate only what they could find locally.  That being the case, around what products did southern cuisine grow … Continue reading

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Gadgets, Gizmos, and Thingamabobs

This week, one of the foxes asked, “What’s your favorite gadget?” Merriam-Webster defines gadget as “an often small mechanical or electronic device with a practical use but often thought of as a novelty.” Since I don’t cook, clean, or garden, … Continue reading

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Play Time

This week my post will once again be different from those of my fellow bloggers, since I managed to focus on the wrong topic two weeks ago. When I expounded about campfires and bonfires, I was supposed to post about … Continue reading

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Welcome Karen Fritz

We have a guest today! I’d like to introduce everyone to fellow author Karen Fritz who writes for Wings ePress. Karen, welcome to Four Foxes, One Hound. 1. Did you always want to be an author?  I don’t think being … Continue reading

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Flying High

This week, we’re asked about our favorite mythical beast. Due to my aversion to animals, the word beast automatically makes me shudder. I’m really not familiar with many myths, other than some of the Greek and Roman gods. I looked … Continue reading

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A Library By Any Other Name…

What is a ‘library’? My grandson asked me to read a YA book, the first of a series. It started out not much to my taste, (unlike so many other he has chosen), but it picked up to be interesting … Continue reading

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Sage Questions

“What three questions would we like to ask a favorite author?” How about if I answer that with one question for three favorite authors? One of the wonderful things thing that has happened to me is doing this blog, and … Continue reading

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