Category Archives: Honest observations on many things

Crossing To Safety, Thirty Years Later

There is little I can add to any discussion regarding Wallace Stegner’s Crossing To Safety. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest American writers ever, and Crossing to Safety is one of his most beloved books. Count me … Continue reading

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Blink: A Mother’s Heart

  THEN….                                    AND NOW! In the past months I’ve written words and more words… in my head. I’ve written about the lengthening days … Continue reading

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Reclaiming My Dad, On Father’s Day

Originally posted on TALES FROM THE MOTHERLAND:
Also Featured on Huffington Post, read it here. Dad, six months before he died When life throws you a 100 mph curve ball, that hits you in face… and then another, and another,…

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So Your Kid’s Graduating From High School… Listen Up!

 Note: I wrote this when my youngest son, Man Cub, was getting ready to graduate high school. I’d been there before; I thought I knew what I was in for. Now, two days before he graduates from college, the world … Continue reading

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B=C…One Blogger’s Seven Year Itch

If you’re one of the 10,000 subscribers to this blog, and you thought I was gone for good, I wouldn’t blame you. Of course, that number–– TEN THOUSAND–– a number I worked so hard for and I coveted when I … Continue reading

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New Release! THE BONE CURSE, A Genre-Bending, Supernatural Medical Thriller

Originally posted on Carrie Rubin:
? Do you believe in the paranormal? I wish I did. Life would be more fun. But in reality, a ghost could hit me upside the head with a copy of War and Peace and…

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Puzzled

For many years I’ve enjoyed puzzles as a way to spend time with my family and friends,  as well as a quiet way to think things through and chill. It started more than fifteen years ago, always in summer. I’d … Continue reading

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