Given our recent erratic weather which is culminating, as I write this, into a major snow storm accompanied (just to make it more exciting) by strong winds … Mother Nature has had/is having a high degree of influence over how I spend my time. Continue reading
March, like birthdays, seems to be coming around faster and faster. A few years ago, in March, we adopted Ray. Here we are, six years later, wondering where the time went. To be more accurate, Ray adopted me, but the time perspective doesn’t change. Continue reading
When I started circulating the draft of “Just Thinking”, I was confronted with a reality that I had not considered – “Poetry is a niche market area, and so generating sales will be a hard and ongoing process.” It has been (and still is) a challenging book to promote successfully, so imagine my delight when I found the review (below) from a group known as powerfulwomenreaders, who very kindly gave me permission to copy it.
I know there are some people that, like me, don’t start thinking about Christmas until we are into December, but I also know that so many more people do in fact start planning at this time of year… as evidenced by the marketing machine which is now churning out Christmas ideas! Continue reading
The subject line could be taken straight out of a James Bond drink mix guide, with “shaken … not stirred” being the final instruction before tasting! How about another recipe…..
Recipe for Disaster! Continue reading
At Ray’s first medical examination, he was diagnosed with Stage 2 Heartworm. Stage 2 is serious, but did offer a chance for successful treatment. We had a number of options: Continue reading
“Who Said I was up for Adoption?” was an interesting book to write because not only was Ray a huge education for me (being my first dog), but also because he impacted me emotionally on a consistent basis, and in many different ways. Continue reading