Hey guys! Look at this month – a month of celebration-worthy days! To name just a few: February 1 – National Freedom Day, Chinese New Year, Beginning of Black History Month, and Work Naked Day (Oops! – I missed that one!)February 2 – Ground Hog DayFebruary 4 – National Wear Red Day – to supportContinue reading “Food, Football, and Friendship”
Category Archives: Historical Fiction
JANUARY 17, 2022 So, how’s the weather at your house? Ah, cold enough for you? Brrrrrrr. At my house, down here in the south, snow fell on us. We do get a bit of the white stuff every now and then. The schools close because the counties won’t let buses try and maneuver on theContinue reading “BLAST OFF!”
What a Character!
Hi there! How’s your Autumn going? Mine is great and busy–a lot of sitting in front of my laptop. Right now, during this month of Gratitude, I’m so thankful for my family’s health in this time of strange viruses. I hope and pray your family is healthy. I’m also thankful for the new piano studentsContinue reading “What a Character!”
Wow, September is almost over. I hope you are healthy and safe during this second wave of this annoying and seemingly redundant virus. I’m good to go. I wear my mask when necessary and, like my sweet dog, Bella, I’ve had my shots. So, my novel, RELATIVE CONSEQUENCES (RC), categorized as historical fiction or southernContinue reading “Bonita Bonita!!”