Monthly Archives: March 2018

Judgement

I am saddened that after learning so much about fake posts on FB, people still pass on garbage in the form of disparaging posts. It is amazing to me. Especially when it is written about children who got shot at. … Continue reading

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Weather or Not

Dry. Dry. Dry. I am beginning to think of water restrictions. We have not gotten enough winter moisture this season. There isn’t enough snow pack in the mountains. As much as the people currently digging out from their latest foot … Continue reading

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A Little Goes a Long Way

A blank page. That sort of matches my brain at the moment. I want to be outside working in the yard, but not only does this blog need to get written, the trash can is full for this week’s pickup. … Continue reading

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Riddle!

I played my first tennis game of the year. Awesome (except for a few sore muscles the next day). I think someone should video tape me. There are moments of sheer hilarity, moments when everyone would be totally amazed at … Continue reading

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Inheritance!

Noises. Chain saws, leaf blowers, lawn mowers. This is what I am hearing. The people of Boston and really, the entire east coast do not want to hear about this. They are inundated with snow, ice, too much snow, too … Continue reading

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Time Change!

There is much to celebrate as I drive back home. I have chosen an artist to do the book cover for “Rhyaden,” my mother is back to normal, “Of War and Men” successfully funded on Kickstarter (now the work really … Continue reading

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Nellie Bell

I made an unexpected trip over the hill to check on my mother. Everything turned out fine, but when someone is 98, you never know. And so I came. The trip interrupted several days of volunteering at a middle school, … Continue reading

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