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
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As I write this, I’m sitting in my office beginning the fourth day of the isolation brought about by…
Hey, everyone. Happy first Friday of March. When Bob Dylan wrote The Times They Are a Changin, he spoke the truth. Changes are inevitable. Some
Sometimes I’m beginning to think doing NaNoWriMo caused some of my brain cells to disappear. For some reason, I can’t seem to get it together.
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 y’all. It’s time for this week’s Thursday Thoughts. Like many of today’s writers, I also hold a full-time job. I leave the house around
Hey, y’all. Yes, I’ve gone from rarely blogging to a regular schedule. I had planned to leave Thursdays open, but yesterday an idea came to
Hello, Readers. I don’t have a Friday link post this week, and some of you may have noticed I didn’t have one last Friday. I
Confession. After ten days of vacation, waking up to an alarm and going to work was hard. With the September days growing shorter, the sun
Last Saturday, my husband and I attended a reunion. A very special reunion. Attendees came from all walks of life and were of various ages.
The Sarahan dust arrived in Texas last weekend and resulted in some hazy days. Okay, we have hazy days every summer but this is the
Happy Friday, Readers. Hope you’ve had a good week. Although summer hasn’t officially arrived, if the upcoming weekend is any indication, Texas is in for
September has arrived, leaving August a mere memory. And what a month it was—some good, some bad. August began with promise. My husband and I
Today in the United States, we celebrate Memorial Day. It’s sort of the unofficial start of summer. Kids get out of school, families begin taking
A new year is upon us, and it brings about new beginnings. In some ways, a new year is like starting over. I’ve always looked