Archive for May 2020

Crew Dragon

Research, research, research. I’m warming up to it. It was never my favorite part of writing, but my current project requires it – else I’ll look the fool and we wouldn’t want that, now would we? The two topics I’m currently studying are the autism spectrum and personality disorders. Those are not fun topics, but…

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Out There

Monday was an interesting day. I voluntarily drove up I-25 to Denver. That doesn’t happen often because I hate I-25. Traffic was not heavy, which I am thankful for. The weather was nice, not too hot, not too cold, and I was thankful for that too. The purpose of my trip was a visit to…

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Celebrate Memorial Day

Rhyaden is available for free for one more week. Go to smashwords.com and look up Rhyaden. You can download to any format. Enjoy! I spent a fun half hour visiting my grandson’s 4th grade classroom via Zoom. It was the kids last class meeting for the year, and I was privileged to be their guest.…

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Housefull

I spent a lovely Sunday gardening, taking a walk, doing laundry, baking bread, studying and writing. I love those days when at the end, you can turn around and point to the things that you did. Now, I’m panting. I was out fixing the irrigation pipe that I accidentally sliced open with my shovel transplanting…

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Solution

Classified Ad:  Wanted: the sun. That big golden orb that comes up once a day, shines brightly, warms things up, and goes down when I’m exhausted at night. Yes, that one. It’s missing. I haven’t seen it lately. It’s almost nine am and it has yet to make an appearance. What is up with that?…

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The Mundane

We enjoyed beautiful weather for Mother’s Day weekend. My neighbor’s Canada Cherry tree’s rich blossom smell wafted right down into my patio area. What a lovely treat. The next day was forecasted to be thundery and possibly rainy, so I sat outside to write, enjoying that aroma. I also indulged in an extra walk. The…

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Happy Mother’s Day

Here’s wishing you a Mother’s Day That’s filled with every pleasure, And a future that’s as happy As the Memories you treasure. Anon It used to be, when you said, “I’m spending a quiet day at home,” it sounded pretty relaxing and good. Right? An anomaly. Now, it sounds like every other freakin day. Takes…

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Rona Rollercoaster

The “Rona” Rollercoaster just keeps boiling. I’ve talked to so many people who are dealing with unusual emotions, higher than normal anxiety, fear, anger, frustration, tears, you name it. They long for hugs and close contact. “Rona” is taking a toll, that’s for sure. My grandson’s Kindergarten “drive by” graduation got cancelled by his school…

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Re-Entry

I suppose there is a possibility I’m getting ahead of myself in the garden, but I truly can’t help it. This year of the “Rona” has made me grab hold of outdoor activity like I haven’t done in several years. My original plan was not to do much at all this year. I planned to…

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