Moving and Back to Writing

I’ve been missing in action lately. I apologize. We are moving. In fact, we’ve been moving over the course of the last three weeks, and we still have more moving to do. This explains my absence. I know, excuses, excuses.We now live 200 miles south of our previous address, and the unpacking and searching for … Continue reading Moving and Back to Writing

Plate Spinning

Projects. How many spinning plates are you holding? Sometimes, I think I have too many, but I tire of one project and move on to another. What about you? Some people think that having too many means you’ll never finish one. That’s a possibility for sure. Perhaps I should schedule a project for each day … Continue reading Plate Spinning

Writing Well

Today, while checking out writing sites, I ran across one for writing contests and the copy was full of spelling errors. Ugh! Let’s be professional people, so you will be taken seriously. Writing full-time or as a part-timer takes practice like any other art form. Creativity comes naturally to some, but even if you write … Continue reading Writing Well

Surprise!

I don't know about you, but I love surprises! My hubby's birth mom turned 80 on February 11th. For several weeks, we planned and schemed with his five siblings in the Chicago area and Ohio about a surprise party for Mama Penny. We flew into Chicago, late on Tuesday the 8th, from California. The next … Continue reading Surprise!

Meet Chester

Meet Chester, my first snowman. While on vacation in Arkansas, it snowed a good four inches, and my sister-in-law Karry and I had a blast building Chester. He is sporting my scarf and my mom’s black hat. Having never built a snowman, it surprised me how much work it turned out to be. Lots of … Continue reading Meet Chester