Monthly Archives: July 2014

Just a Little Better

For the past three years, I put together a team for the “Walk to End Alzheimer’s” walk in Colorado Springs. Since I moved, I had planned to do the same here in Fort Collins, however, it turns out I will … Continue reading

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Memories

The start to the newest novel, number three, has gone really well. I am impatiently waiting for the editors to edit, and the printers to print, so I can get some input back from readers on number two, “Compass Point.” … Continue reading

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Might For Right

The events of late have reminded me of a poem that I had up on the wall at the farm during the years my children were growing up. It’s still here. I tried to live by them, but of course, … Continue reading

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Priorities

Three sets of sheets and towels in three loads of laundry, and the house is almost back to normal. It has been incredibly fun for me to watch the cousins play together, hours and hours on end, working out the … Continue reading

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Joy and Sorrow

There is crazy weather all around the country. My prayers are with all of you facing devastating losses and heartache. I will see my grandsons in a few hours, and in that great joy of family time, I do not … Continue reading

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Home Ownership

My granddaughter has been with me this morning, practicing to be a flower-girl for a wedding next week. She was also a flower-girl in my son’s wedding when she was three. That time, in rehearsal, all the flower petals were … Continue reading

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Fantasy!

Finally! My novel is being edited. I am starting a new one, and wait for it, it’s going to be ‘fantasy.’ I know, I know, no one can believe it. I decided on fantasy when I re-read my favorite of … Continue reading

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