Sometimes the best deals you have to look for. My husband and I have rendezvoused with people late a night, many hours away, and/or right down the street to get awesome findings. Don’t settle for just looking at one or two options—explore around and see what’s out there, waiting to be unearthed. Today’s post is about some of these diamonds in the rough we have found over the years.Read More
The abysmalness of hardware stores. It’s not that I don’t mind their existence, I just don’t want to spend a large chunk of my weekends in them. And I definitely don’t want to go to several different stores price matching duct tape.Read More
I’m on a virtual book tour right now for my fiction piece, A Whiskered Perspective. It’s a cat story for adults with a relationship twist: dating a narcissist. This is one relationship goal you don’t want to have.
Miller thinks she has found love but her cat, Pumpkin, tells a darker story. Not all love is equal, even if you desperately want it to be.
All it takes is a great smile, a winning personality, then when they’ve got control the switch flips and you start to deteriorate under their loveless gaze. Not if your cat has anything to say about it.
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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