A Musical Detour

A Musical Detour

My main publisher is not doing fiction anymore and thus ends our association, since fiction is what I write. Two proposals are out with other publishers, but we’ll see what happens with them. With 14 books written, I’m sure I can retire and feel good about the legacy...
Slippery Throw Rugs

Slippery Throw Rugs

Upon reaching the ripe old age of 83, friends and family urge me constantly to be cautious. I cannot afford to break a bone or do myself another injury! However, little throw rugs seem to lie in wait for me to tread so they can slip merrily out from under me! I’ve...
Being a Patriot

Being a Patriot

We just celebrated our Independence Day and how we love the fireworks, BBQ’s, getting together with family. Flags fly in yards across the country. While there is an element that would nullify our patriotic fervor, I thought about the men who founded our country on...
Domestic Pets

Domestic Pets

Most people in residential areas have cats, dogs, or birds. My son has a dog, a rabbit, and now, what he calls a miniature pig! In reading an article in National Geographic, it is clear that there are no permanently miniature pigs! They are little and cute, but can...
Open the Churches!

Open the Churches!

One of the things that was hardest during the pandemic, was to be told our churches had to be shut down. Mental illness, suicide, and other things doubled and tripled. Especially hard to hear was suicides in children under the age of 12! At a time when we needed hope...
Zoom Mania

Zoom Mania

For a year we have been locked down, masked, and told we cannot meet indoors for church or any other meeting. Everyone was ZOOMing and after months of that, I began to grow tired of seeing friends in little squares on my screen instead of in person! I missed the...