I’m not sure what ushers in the end of summer. Some may say when the school year is back in session and that the weather changes, but here school starts in August when the temperatures hover in the three digits. I guess the end of… Read More
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Or at least a resemble facsimile of him did at a party I went to last weekend. I remember the day when Elvis died. August 16, 1977. I’m not sure why his death made such an impression on me, I didn’t listen to his… Read More
And now for the fly fishing.
So to continue from last week’s blog post . . . A view from the Upper Owens River. Looking towards Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort. All those black spots amongst the grass in the distance are cows: lots and lots of cows. I don’t… Read More
Twenty Years and I went for a walk.
I spent my 20th wedding anniversary hiking. Yes, I know. Probably most people or at least some would spend their wedding anniversary no matter what year it was at a resort hotel with fine dinning, possibly dancing and most definitely a massage, but not me.… Read More
Missed it by that much!
Yep. My goal was to blog once a week and post every Wednesday and I have already missed it! My excuse? The week after Christmas and before New Years. It seems, at least to me, that this week is a blur. Not because I’m doing… Read More
December is a wash.
I recently heard a fellow writer (actually she’s an author since she’s published) say that really noting gets done in December when it comes to writing. I sort of agree with her. December is all about getting ‘stuff’ done that is needed to be… Read More
New Year’s Resolution: Make some goals.
I’ve never kept any New Year’s resolutions. Sure I thought up a few but once the party is over. Once I am back into the routine of my daily life . . . those resolutions I was so eager to start, work through, and… Read More
Looking for a pen
I spent twenty minutes this afternoon staring at the Back to School section at Target looking for my favorite pens. Surprised to say, I must be the only one who liked them, because I couldn’t find them. I walked out empty handed and disappointed. Something… Read More
Thoughts on my first RWA Conference
I am home. And, my head is still percolating with ideas, thoughts and techniques from my first RWA conference. Besides getting to meet some of my favorite authors (No, I didn’t take pictures with them). I did take some stellar workshops and learned a… Read More
Another hot day
Hot. Temperatures are expected to peak at 110 F. In southern California we do expect the heat. This area is a desert, although it doesn’t resemble one any more. We have collectively altered the environment with our green lawns, trees, and swimming pools and… Read More