Category Archives: Grief

Book Review!

Rhyaden has gone live on Amazon for pre-orders. Here is the site to go to : https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07GH6G7FP?ref_=pe_3052080_276849420 I’m so excited! While I’ve been off galavanting in the backwoods, Rhyaden got an awesome review from Midwest Book Review. “Rhyaden is a … Continue reading

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Friendships

More glorious rain. It came for a couple of hours, gently and straight down, soaking the parched grass spots that were struggling to keep green in this terrible heat. The smell of rain is so soothing. My spirits are lifted. … Continue reading

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Endings

Happy Birthday to Me Yes, my birthday is soon. To celebrate, I’m going out to eat. For those of you who know me well, you know how seldom that happens. My sister had a German Chocolate cake from the market … Continue reading

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Grace Under Fire

My condolences to the family of a great lady, Barbara Bush. She was such an example of grace under fire, advocacy, and just plain a lovely, articulate, and kind person. She was also an author, so I confess a special … Continue reading

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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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Gun Laws

Let me be very clear. I am NOT advocating that your guns be taken away from you. I own guns. My family owns guns. My dad was a hunter. I have friends who own assault rifles. They don’t need them, … Continue reading

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“Rhyaden”

I am not a camel. Lay that bag of bricks down, Barbara. Stop worrying. Breathe. Take it one day at a time. I am not a camel. I am not Atlas. I do not have to carry the weight of … Continue reading

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