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So, the old blog turns 2 today. Cake balls for everyone!
On Saturday, I surpassed my Camp NaNoWriMo goal by 4K+ words. That means I won. Yippee! Time for a celebration. Tequila and Ren Faire, it is. Don’t judge me. So, now it’s over. The euphoria that comes with accomplishment is … Continue reading
Another gorgeous weekend is so close I can almost reach out and touch it.
Okay, maybe not. But I did run into a spotted leopard, a funny looking bear, and a cheeky koi while on vacation recently.
Last June, I turned forty. A dubious milestone no woman strives to achieve but like most unpleasant things in life, aging is completely unavoidable. I took it on the chin. I didn’t take to my bed in a blubbering fit … Continue reading
I have been sitting here all morning avoiding my WIP by sifting through some old photos I shot last spring. I can’t wait for everything to bloom again. Here are few of the more interesting ones. Enjoy. The bee is … Continue reading
“What fun is it being cool if you can’t wear a sombrero.” – Bill Watterson Indeed. I learned this week: …that it is possible to earn an A in Geology. Who knew? Not me. Let’s see if I can do … Continue reading
“A spy, like a writer, lives outside the mainstream population. He steals his experience through bribes and reconstructs it.” – John le Carre I’m on a bit of an early Cold War era spy kick right now. Two reason for … Continue reading
Learn we may be with another man’s learning: we can only be wise with wisdom of our own. – Michele de Montaigne I learned this week… …that a simple thing like a hair color touch up and a trim is … Continue reading
This weekend a cold front blew through my neck of the woods. The first of the season, putting a welcomed end to a long stretch of 100+ degree days. On Friday, we set a record when the mercury topped 105. … Continue reading
In nine lifetimes, you’ll never know as much about your cat as your cat knows about you.” – Michel de Montaigne. This week I learned… …that after taking the entire summer off, I am having a hard time acclimating to … Continue reading
A love affair? A true appreciation for art? Either way, who can blame him?
I had a busy weekend, but I did find the time to step out into the backyard with my camera. Here are a few of the things I saw. Texas is hot in the summer and with that heat comes … Continue reading
I went to a book signing yesterday. A bit out of the norm for me. There are very few things that can entice me enough to schlep down into the city, fight crowds of rude strangers,and waste hours standing in … Continue reading
Yesterday, when I sat down at the computer, my intent was to write a new blog entry updating my outline revisions and finish last week’s “Things I learned.” That didn’t happen. I just wasn’t feeling it. I was having one … Continue reading
The other morning, just as the sun was rising, I went for a walk in the park by my house. I sat on a bench, listened to the sounds of the dawning day, and watched a robin shake off after … Continue reading
I live in the city. I’m pretty happy here in my concrete jungle surrounded by towering buildings, master plan housing developments, and jammed freeways. But every now and then it’s nice to leave it all behind and go exploring. My … Continue reading
He doesn’t contribute much, but he keeps me company and never snores.
Usually, I post these self-shaming updates on Sunday, but I was too busy watching Roger Federer reclaim the top spot in men’s tennis. One must have clearly defined priorities, right? In between break points, I did manage to pull myself … Continue reading