“The snow doesn't give a soft white damn whom it touches.” ~ E.E. Cummings Yesterday I snapped a couple of photos of the flowers that are still blooming in our yard; this morning we woke to a winter wonderland. It's still snowing. I don't know if it will last but, according to the weather prognosticators, we're
For a number of years Gerry and I were blessed to be able to take a winter vacation and escape to the sunshine. Then, four years ago something happened that put a stop to our tropical getaways. A grandson. Followed, six months later, by a granddaughter. It's true what they say: a baby changes everything.
I'm popping in today to post a long-overdue Friday Fave Five. Today, I offer you a potpourri for writers and bloggers alike. Photography. Is it just me or does there seem to be an increased popularity in photography of late? Even before Pinterest burst on the scene I noticed that many writers, myself no exception,
We've been enjoying warm and sunny weather here in the Pacific Northwest and that means I'm spending as much time as possible outside. As a result, I haven't been doing much writing; instead I've been curling up on the patio with some great books. What better reason to focus this week's Friday Fave Five on
I've got the day off from my regular job today and, as the weather is less-than-summery outside, I plan to do some work on my new book. My housekeeper comes this morning (Oh how blessed I am to have her!) so I'll be heading out to my office at Starbucks for some concentrated writing time.
Another week has flown by--it's amazing how quickly the work week goes when you take both Monday and Friday off like I did this week! It's been an exciting week since the official release of Two Hearts and I've been blessed to hear from a number of kind folks who have already read the book. I treasure
What a week! It's been jam-packed filled with awesomeness! I'm being unconventional with my Friday Fave Five today because I'm fifty-three years old and I just dang well feel like it! 1. Early this week it was warm, dare I say hot, and Gerry and I were able to enjoy patio time after work. There's nothing