Monthly Archives: April 2012

A Labor of Love

“Housework sucks!” wrote a young friend of my granddaughter, on her Facebook status.   This prompted a plethora of thoughts about how dreadfully we must have failed this generation, especially in the area of appreciating the opportunity to work. How … Continue reading

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Don’t Miss the Pre-Game

My husband and I recently went to a live concert by Celtic Woman. He’d seen their show before and remembered it was exciting, energetic and concluded by fireworks. We stumbled upon an opportunity for access to a suite purchased by a … Continue reading

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A Bookmark

Seasons change and so do people and the circumstances we live. Some things are conscious choices but most changes “just happen.” It’s how we deal with them that makes all the difference. This month I stand at a crossroads. It … Continue reading

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It’s About Kids!

Picture books are where I began. I think I was about twelve when I wrote and illustrated my first book. It was about pumpkins and incorporated the names and characters of my five nephews living in far away Saint Louis. I … Continue reading

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It’s About Life!

I started life in a small town but moved to the Tulsa metropolis as soon as I was big enough to make my own decisions. By some quirky twists of life, I decided to try making my way in the wilderness, in a … Continue reading

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