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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Baby Robin’s Nest

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I’ve been watching 2 little heads in the tree just off my front porch. When Mom arrives with food, those little robin’s mouths are wide open. I do hope the winds don’t hurt them before they can fly. Our neighborhood … Continued

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Catching Up in June

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Life happens. So true. I’m behind on my 2nd book of the year, but not too worried about that. Things to do, you know. Amid lots of house/yard upkeep now means I’m in the stores more, getting supplies. While in … Continued

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Turtle Races

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When my daughters were young, so was this hilly neighborhood subdivision. Set in the Ozarks, it was pure country with nightcrawlers thick after rains, or when a yard light stayed on. Nightcrawlers are fishing worms–big ones, FYI. And only one … Continued

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