Tag Archives: writing

music and nature

I haven’t been hiding from you lately, but rather, working on a great “reveal” to share with you next week so stay tuned! However, today I had an overwhelming thought to put this gorgeous photo taken in the beautiful Colorado Rockies, together with a thought that came to my mind after listening to some music.  I happened to… Continue Reading

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Christmas cookies and the frustrating world of the internet

I’m sorry.  I haven’t written in a while, because well, frankly, I’ve been hurt.  It happened; the thing that no blogger or writer wants to talk about or discuss-the lack of likes on a post.  Yes, I am one of those uber-sensitive people that really knows better but still lets her emotions get hung up… Continue Reading

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book review and hot flashes

Hot. Flushed. Angry. Excited. One minute I’m crying.  The next minute, I’m laughing.  I feel as though I’ve been through an automatic car wash with my windows down.   Emotionally drained and ready for bed with my pink blanky and thumb in mouth. Early menopause, you ask?  No, I’ve just read Renee Carlino’s newest book,… Continue Reading

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delicious flashbacks

I’m back and boy, have I missed blogging!  In fact, since a dear member of my family has been in the hospital, Sheila, (my computer) I haven’t even thought about posting anything.  She may be able to get off life support and come home soon (fingers crossed), but she’s still at Dr. Erica’s office.  So today,… Continue Reading

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365 Days To Unstuck is in a book blog tour!

Did you hear that? That’s me; sighing heavily, as I finish off this dreamy book. Mentally, I’m still floating around over the luscious Napa Valley in California, with pinot noir-filled thoughts and two incredibly hot main characters hanging around in my consciousness. I am completely honored and elated to be a part of my friend… Continue Reading

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How to keep your sanity during the winter!

It’s no surprise I’ve experienced depression this winter. A lack of sunlight, social stimulation and bitter cold temps have brought out the “bear” in me. I’ve wanted to do nothing but eat and hibernate the last several weeks. However, life must go on, icy sidewalks or not, and I have had to motivate myself to… Continue Reading

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