My Life Today

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While I’m waiting for my meatloaf to finally be ready, I’m thinking about the holidays and how I feel, and the general roll of my life. It’s a huge meatloaf to give to a college student headed into finals. My … Continued

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Big Plans Today

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I absolutely love fall color in the Ozarks. We have many visitors to the hills in the spring to see the white dogwood blooms and in the fall to see the fiery color. This is my favorite tree outside my … Continued

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Frost in the Ozarks

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Twenty degrees. Does that sound cool enough? After days of perfect 70-degree weather, but with high winds, this morning Jack Frost gifted us with a gorgeous blanket of frost. Note: Does anyone remember Jack Frost? Yesterday, I salvaged whatever “porch” … Continued

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Fall is Writing Time

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If you’re like me, you’re settling back from keeping up the yard, relaxing a bit, etc. and moving more into fall. My mums are set to bloom yellow and orange. Farmers Markets are stocked with apples/pumpkins/squash. (I love spaghetti squash.) … Continued

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Busy Fall

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Two of my favorite things: flowers and baskets. This basket will be on the cover of a novella, coming soon, The Rose Basket. Several of my faithful readers have mentioned how they like my incorporation of things I own into … Continued

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Editing My New Book

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I truly wish you the best of days today. I’m editing Bk1 of a new series, my windows open to catch the first cool a.m. we’ve had. (Not a heat/sun person.) My washer is chugging away, this after spending so … Continued

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Summer Eats

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Truly enjoying our local vegetable stand right now. I’m getting ready to freeze zucchini and yellow summer squash. I no longer can endless quarts, make jams/kraut, pickle. Thank you, Lord. One time, I came home from working 7:30-4p to a … Continued

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