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Monthly Archives: November 2011
Move over Oprah! Oh, right she did move over… right off into the sunset. No ridiculously over the top show this year with all her “Favorite Things.” So, here are a few of MY favorite things. This is the brief … Continue reading
Note: I take it back; I’m posting again. I got this amazing nomination yesterday for the Liebster Award. Part of the nomination includes posting the awards on your own blog site. So, I am passing along some good stuff here, … Continue reading
Warning: This may not be palatable for certain college age offspring, of say, mine. While not intended to be a lecture… it might have become one along the way. Read with caution, but know that I mean it. This year … Continue reading
Recently I’ve found myself powerfully tuned in to the world around me. Colors are brighter (the foliage blows my mind daily!); music moves me more than usual; I notice people around me and see them with fresh eyes. There are … Continue reading
<– My current work space. Always a mess with chapters I’m editing, note cards for organizing the chapters, notes to keep all the details straight and whatever I’m snacking on… I have been spending an awful lot of time alone … Continue reading