I’ve been recently pondering the idea of “qualifications”. Mostly what we expect from professionals we pay for service. Like hair stylist, manicurist, dog groomer. Did you know that those folks need to be licensed by the state? What about nursing home owners, morticians, cemetery owners? Of course, all drivers. Auto, truck, train, boat, bus, … More Is smart important?
The time has come (and is now, past due) to regale everyone with the Big Birthday adventure of 2015. It actually began in 1945, but I’m going to skip a few decades and get right to the celebration stuff. Negotiations, planning, arrangements, reservations for multiple plane flights, nearly did me in. I wanted to … More The Bountiful Birthday Blog
Spring is beginning to show its tender shoots, and walking with the canine triad is becoming more enjoyable, especially with the impressive amount of ballet and aerobics. (you are missing quite a sight.) I just got back from a walk and it made me think about springtime as a child. Where I grew up, there was … More Blogs, Books, and Blithering
Time to get back to business. I’ve been away researching, revising, and resting. Yes, sometimes I over do and need to pull back and recharge. I just finished a guest blog for a friend who requested this topic, I decided to share it here. Since I am currently wrapping up the revisions on Book 4–“Deliver … More My sabbatical is over
Book 4 of the Damaged Series has a completed first draft. Now, the magic happens….
Holiday survival tips!.
It’s that time of year, when my world goes berserk Every day a test to survive… (Sung to the tune of The Carpenter’s “Christmas Waltz”) Of course, that song is now lodged firmly in my ear and I feel like twirling about the living room in a taffeta gown…well, not that much. Christmas music always … More NaNoWriMo 2014