Monthly Archives: December 2009

History Lesson For Today :)

My grandfather used to be the lionkeeper at the Berlin zoo before WWII.  Here are some pictures that I dug out of the family archives. According to my mother, the lions at the zoo belonged to Hitler.  My grandfather – who hated … Continue reading

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What Did Jesus REALLY Look Like?

A week ago, as I was coming home from Panera Bread Company, I stopped at one of the many red lights that sit between the bakery and my house.  As I waited for the light to turn green, a car passed in front … Continue reading

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1 + 1 = 3 . . . Part I

All of us came from a set of parents.  A man and a woman.  Whether they hung around after we were  conceived, or not, all of us are by-products of two people.  And whether we like it or not, we … Continue reading

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Beethoven's Groupies

I fell in love with Beethoven Tuesday night.   Oh, sure, I’ve seen pictures of him before.  Even then, I thought he was cute.  White-haired – with that round, pink belly, and those big soulful eyes.  Who wouldn’t yearn to squeeze … Continue reading

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Art, Irish Coffee, and Color, Color, Color

Saturday night Randy and I went to an Art Reception at Arsaga’s on Crossover.  The flyer advertising the Art Show went something like this: BREAK MY HEART ART SHOW . . . Come enjoy Paintings, Irish Coffee, Music, and Snacks … Continue reading

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Clowns Under a Disco Ball

Friday I had a book signing at Fayetteville’s Panera Bread Company.  You never know what you will get at your own book signing.  You might see zombies pass right by your table, their eyes glassy and their hair still shaped … Continue reading

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Better Late Than Never

I promised yesterday that I would blog about the book signing in Tulsa.  I should have done it Monday, but better late than never . . .  unless one is dying . . . then ‘never’ is a really keen … Continue reading

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Juggling

I had set it up as a personal goal to blog every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.  At least 3 a week.  Okay . . . so now I seem to be averaging alot less . . . more like once a … Continue reading

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Oh, Brother!

When I started the Bella Widleve stories, I wanted the main character, Bella, surrounded by a family.  Something different . . . not a loner who can’t cook and can’t keep a friend.  Not a loner who know’s judo and self-defense, but can’t seem to groom herself.  … Continue reading

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