I am normally a quiet shy person—I do most of my book selling via emails. So when my husband asked me to sell our old tractor, I uncomfortably stepped out of my comfort zone and gave it a shot. And guess what? It sold.Read More
What would you be doing right now if COVID-19 hadn’t appeared? Eating at a new restaurant? Planning a beach get-away? What are some things that haven’t changed?
Today’s post centers around musings of the quarantine, and how life continues on despite setbacks.
My latest book, A Whiskered Perspective, is about the exact moment a person falls in love that will make you believe not all love is equal.
Miller Mariner believes she has found love. Her heart is filled with mostly happiness and she thinks life can’t get any better. Her cat, however, tells a darker story. Will he eventually open her eyes, or is Miller doomed to a crumbling relationship?Read More
I’m not the greatest assistant when it comes to cars, as my husband can attest to. But sometimes I can be useful, like bleeding the brakes. Other times I kick back and work on my blogs and stories while he wraps up a car issue. Today’s post is about the time I offered to help, and it didn’t go like I had planned. To each their own, I guess.Read More
I’m not much of a shower person. I will shower to stay clean, but I don’t really like being wet and feeling cold when I get out. I do have this lemon aloe soap that is divine to shower with. I looove smelling it and rubbing it all over. It makes me look forward to […]Read More
This is my 100th post. After this I am going to stop using numbers in my titles. I did that mostly to keep myself focused and keep this blog alive for 100 posts—it seemed like a good number to test whether I had the chops or not for blogging. Now that I have, and have […]Read More
Ever weaved through thunderstorms? One of the nicest things my husband did for me this past year was direct me through oncoming storms. After teaching my night class I was walking to the parking lot and noticed the sky was dark. Angry dark. I called up my husband, who informed me it was headed towards […]Read More
What does Valentine’s Day mean to you? For some, it means flowers and chocolate and date night. For others, it is a propaganda holiday, advertising to people to get all the candy; spend all this money on a lavish present; to prove your love to your significant other. It all comes down to this one […]Read More