Category Archives: Miscellaneous

How To Know If You Are Getting Old

Here I am, a day late and a blog short.  Between caring for my very own Henry VIII and vetting my second galley to my second book, I’ve let a whole day pass by.  I woke up this morning convinced … Continue reading

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That's so Henry VIII !

Yesterday morning my husband informed me that he has gout.  And then he showed me.  Sure enough, he did. That was not the first time it was brought home to me how old we are. As I watched my husband … Continue reading

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Fixing Family Mechanics With a Wrench . . .

In two weeks my brother, Daniel, and his wife, Marian, are coming from New York to visit us here in the Ozark hills.  They will spend two days in Tulsa with my other brother, Dennis, and his family, before driving to Fayetteville to see our mother.  … Continue reading

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Things I learned today while at the St. Louis Zoo

It rained in St. Louis today.  Not the light drizzle that dampens your windshield just enough to smear the bug juice into a light, flaky crust the moment you turn on your wipers.  It was the kind of rain that hits your corneas … Continue reading

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St. Louis Book Signing

What a day!  I had set my alarm for 4 a.m. – got up promptly at midnight . . .  Packed the car by 5, hit McDonald’s by 7, finished my McPuck and oval potato slab by 7:15, and arrived at the Nadoz Euro Bakery … Continue reading

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St. Louis' Grand Center

In 54 hours my husband and I will be on our way to what is known as St. Louis’ Intersection of Art and Life, the Grand Center.  I will be signing books (September 4th, from 11 am. to 2 pm) in Nadoz Euro … Continue reading

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Getting my second book ready

   This is the cover art for my upcoming second book, ‘The Doll In The Wall,’ sans title and my name.  That will be added on somewhere in Indiana . . . or perhaps the Philipines where most of my … Continue reading

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Fun Fun Fun

Work is never serious around us… Especially after frozen mochas and Internet. It’s been another work day for us at Panera Bread Company in Fayetteville… setting up more of my new website.  Today I learned how to tag blogs, make … Continue reading

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Getting Acquainted

  Hello… Just thought I’d give you a visual of who is writing these blogs… and then we can get accquainted.  My website says Author and Artist.  I was an artist long before I made stuff up and put it … Continue reading

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Our New Site Is Up

  After not sleeping all night… okay, I dozed for one hour… Randy and I met with Chris (my 24-year-old website guru) at Atlanta Bread Company in Rogers to work on setting up my website.  This is my first blog.  Ever.  … Continue reading

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