… And Her Help With “Make A Wish Foundation” I would like to introduce one of the most amazing individuals I have ever known, my cousin Ella, and her amazing mom as well, Jami. (Jami is the daughter of Norma, who was the one of the cutest-ever flower girl in our wedding over 51 years … [Read more…]
Select the Book Review Tab to read the latest review … What They Meant for Evil … the riveting story about one of the Lost Girls of the Sudan. Look for its release in September, 2019.
Well three things. Maybe they’re not that funny, but I thought they were at the time. For any of you seeking to publish—read that, anything— you’re familiar with the finality and the accompanying anxiety of letting go of the final copy. Here are a few things that happened after I had ‘finished’ the manuscript for … [Read more…]
Reflections on the book by Robert Morris, Beyond Blessed A mission statement adopted at a public middle /high school where I was a faculty member contained objectives regarding environmental stewardship. At the time, I was grateful that as a community we agreed on the importance of taking care of the earth’s resources. A famous news … [Read more…]
Followers (north of a half million on twitter) of Mandy Hale (aka The Single Woman) likely are thrilled to hear of her latest book, “You Are Enough.” They should be thrilled and so should anyone (read that everyone) who cares about abject sorrow and loss. But keep reading! This is not a depressing book, though … [Read more…]
For this post, I promised a witty piece composed by my nephew commenting on the humble nature of my dad (his grandfather) and contrasting those traits with the values championed by almost all of us. I now have permission to publish his talk (the good news,) but he wasn’t able to locate it in writing. … [Read more…]
What is your “cup of tea?” Or in the slang, “cuppa?” Would it be a cuppa tea or coffee; or would it be fashion, food, smoothies, remodeling, scrap booking, writing, exercise? This blog is designed to take no more time than a cuppa coffee or tea. I also am using the term “cuppa” for … [Read more…]