Monthly Archives: December 2013

28 December 2013

How many are in the midst of contemplating resolutions for the new year? Gazing out these double glass doors at the beauty of Lake McConaughy in winter: bare brown trees line the shore, the wind is causing the cold water … Continue reading

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24 December 2013

One more image of heaven on this day so filled with anticipation. I’ve been reading a lot about writing and have decided I need to stop and simply write. I know my characters are getting impatient, especially Jess who needs … Continue reading

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19 December 2013

Last night was one of those nights when creepy evil things were clawing their way up the bed frame unnerving me in my sleep, yet on waking and not being able to get back to sleep, I couldn’t bring my … Continue reading

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16 December 2013

You can see so much of  a person by looking into their eyes. The same goes with horses. This beautiful eye belongs to a horse friend called Cowboy…widely misunderstood by many and loved by just as many who’ve looked into … Continue reading

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12 December 2013

Coming home in the dark, it is so welcoming to see Christmas lights on the house and on the little apple tree out the window where I write. I finally remembered to take a photo of my beautiful greeter and … Continue reading

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11December 2013

You can find me in Longmont, Colorado this evening at my first book signing! I’ll be reading some selections from Windows in the Loft and there’ll be cookies! I’ll see some of you there. 🙂 Details of the event are … Continue reading

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10 December 2013

Twenty-one years ago today, around 5:06AM, I received an incredible gift of life in a newborn baby boy. Happy birthday Alex. Now…putting up the Christmas tree was somewhat precarious as I did not trim enough of the lower branches off. … Continue reading

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