Tag Archives: Grandmother

My Camping Experience Began Early in Life – A Bear Did Not Visit Our Tent – But Raccoon Showed Up One Year – Our Tents Were Large Enough to Stand Up Inside – Not Small Like This One –

My husband Steve had camping on his mind before we met. An unfulfilled desire to roam the country in an RV lingered in his heart. When he revealed this yearning to me, he was delighted to find that I liked the idea. I shared with … Continue reading

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Being Who Am I – Am I Who I Was Meant to Be – The Answer to the Question Is …

I’ve written a book, but that is not who I am, yet it is part of who I am, because my personal background and experiences are undetectably imbedded into the words of its pages. I can articulate who I am … Continue reading

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Upcoming Novel – Release by End of This Year

Although Buddy for David (proposed title) stars a Great White Pyrenees, the book is not about a dog. It’s about a boy and his family. It’s about two lawless men that plan to enrich themselves by selling innocent eight-year-old David. It’s about … Continue reading

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Tribute to Mom

Sweet sixteen and I drove my own 1955 Chevy, not a classic then but maturing, not as shiny as this; but it was all mine. I drove it to school. After school, my job was to care for my 6-year-old … Continue reading

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