Hey, everyone. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you probably know Texas had a massive winter storm last week. I’ve been calling it Snowmageddon.
Hey, everyone. Today is the last day of 2020. If you’re like most people there aren’t many words more welcomed than those. This has been
Hey, everyone. It’s the first of October, which is my favorite month of the year. “I’m so glad I live in a world where there
Hey everyone. Today’s post is short and sweet. I realized it’s been a few weeks since I’ve posted here. How quickly time flies. One day
Some days, you need a challenge. Okay, maybe not the kind I had at work, but nonetheless, a challenge. After I spent almost the entire
Hey everyone. It’s been a few weeks since I last posted here. Truthfully, I didn’t intend for it to be that long. When I last
Hey everyone. Sorry for going dark for a few days, but like many people in the USA and around the world, I’m adjusting to my
I’ve written about Mary Higgins Clark before. I came across her first suspense novel, Where Are The Children in the late seventies and was hooked.
Happy 2020 everyone. It’s a new year and a new decade. I intended to write a year-end post earlier in the week, but unfortunately, both
Hey, everyone. I’m still on a limited (and sporadic) blogging schedule this month. I hadn’t planned to post today, but early this morning (or before
As I wrote in yesterday’s post, I’m taking the month of November off from blogging in order to particpate in NaNoWriMo. I realize I’ve just
I’m breaking from the mystery theme of the month today but this was on my mind. A few days ago, I received a phone call
Hey everyone. I thought I’d do something a little different for this week’s Thursday Thoughts. I plan to keep the majority of October’s posts related
Good grief, Charlie Brown. It’s the last Thursday of September. Today’s post is short and sweet. Autumn officially arrived on Monday, although it still feels
Hey, everyone. Hope your week has been going well. It’s Thursday, so time for more of my random thoughts. I like to keep a count