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Arrgh! I forgot to link my story again! Clearly, I have an issue with this… After more than a year of participating in Friday Fictioneers, without missing a single entry, I got lost in paradise and was unable to participate these … Continue reading
Talk about late for the party! It’s been another crazy week of things that keep me from writing. As you can see from Rochelle’s photo, I had the wonderful fortune to meet up with Amy Reese, a fellow Ficitoneer, when … Continue reading
Note to new readers: Our family took in two foreign exchange students for the 2011-2012 school year. Denmark was a 17 yr old girl. China was a 16 yr old boy. The U.S. is our son (Little Man) and was 15 yrs old … Continue reading
Play it; listen to this gem. One of my favorite songs. Ever. By anyone. And no one sings it like Dave. The title: Dancing Nancies (speaking of names, who the hell is Nancy—let alone multiple Nancies), but so many of … Continue reading
A friend and I were talking the other night about relationships— marriage, and how we advise/ nurture/support our daughters and young women we love, as they navigate waters that we entered a long, long time ago. While most of this … Continue reading
<– We are not that Valentine’s couple! This post could be called either of those two titles, because both so absolutely apply to the topic: my twenty-fifth wedding anniversary, which is February 14, 2012. Yep, Valentine’s wedding; and not at … Continue reading