I have been a member of a group on Facebook for almost a year now. It is a group of people who are enamored with Midoris, and to celebrate the year anniversary of the group and to promote friendship, one of the members came up with the idea of traveling Midoris. The concept behind the group was that there would x number of groups – depending upon the number of interested parties – and each…"My Life in Review – The Traveling Midori"
How do I start except for saying my poor dog. First, she fell off of the wharf on Sunday and last night she got locked in my husband’s workshop for the night. I was teaching religion and while I was gone, it started thundering, which Sentry is deathly afraid of, so she kept following my husband, Jeffery, in and out of his workshop. Once she observes a routine, she becomes complacent so she must…"My Dog's Adventures (Sentry)"
Sunday’s From the Heart Series – It’s all about the etiquette OR, maybe you don’t give a hoot about proper etiquette? I do! Even acquaintances of mine will tell you it doesn’t take long to see I am all about manners and proper etiquette! I was reading an article the other day about the proper way to handle different etiquette situations, and the topic of…"Are YOU making this Etiquette Mistake?"
I just went for my morning walk, okay, late morning walk. As much as I would like to be a morning person, I just am not; unless, you want to consider taking all of my late night, early morning hours in to count. If I had my druther, the day would begin somewhere around 10 in the morning and run until 2-3 in the morning. Now, that would be a perfect day! I somehow accomplish…"Happy Cows – Do they really all come from California?"
Sentry passed away three years ago right before Christmas, after being a loyal companion for 7 years of my life. I found this story while perusing my other blog and decided to post it. There were a lot of adventures involving Sentry. I got Calypso and Ryka two months after Sentry passed and they have been a blessing, but I sometimes wish Sentry could have known them. I miss her dearly. How do I start…"A tribute to Sentry"
I began this story at the Anhinga Writer’s Conference in Gainesville, Florida in August 2009. I finished work on it in December 2009. The lecturer was an animated woman by the name of Beverly. She was very good at getting us to think and to write on the spot. The difference between me and everyone else in the class is that my brain didn’t quite think like theirs. This is my story. I guess I…"The Twisting Knife"