10 Nov, 2021

The Gales of November

2021-11-10T12:28:11-06:00November 10th, 2021|Categories: All about Books|

Lake Superior is on my mind…Today, the 46th anniversary of the wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald will be marked by the annual memorial service held at Split Rock [...]

18 Aug, 2021

August is for Thrillers….

2021-08-18T10:35:40-05:00August 18th, 2021|Categories: All about Books|

No contest really….I choose escape this month! With unending news reports of a screaming Delta variant, climate change weather warnings, images of an inglorious end to a twenty-year [...]

25 Jun, 2021

Ongoingness requires adjustments….

2021-06-25T14:02:35-05:00June 25th, 2021|Categories: Spending Time|

June is whizzing by this year. Seems like the business of carefully re-opening to pre-pandemic experiences consumes lots of energy! It’s been so fun to venture forth without [...]

16 May, 2021

A Better Next turns TWO!

2021-05-16T15:13:59-05:00May 16th, 2021|Categories: All about Books|

And now A Better Next is two!  On May 28th, my debut novel will hit the second anniversary of its pub date. My first year out was fast [...]

14 Mar, 2021

Re-entry Jitters?

2021-03-14T12:05:20-05:00March 14th, 2021|Categories: Relationships|

Wow! It’s not over, of course, but do I see a ray of light around the corner? My second shot is scheduled for next week! Many friends have [...]

15 Feb, 2021

Cleaning Closets

2021-02-15T13:48:54-06:00February 15th, 2021|Categories: Spending Time|

It’s not an urge really—but a gnawing. Persistent, and unwelcome. It starts as one of those fleeting thoughts one has that it is probably time, but you push [...]

15 Jan, 2021

Seeking Serenity in Solitude

2021-01-15T13:51:10-06:00January 15th, 2021|Categories: Spending Time|

My favorite kind of winter in Minnesota this year--not much snow and very mild temperatures. Of course, we’re hardly through it. As a farmer’s daughter, I know not [...]

14 Dec, 2020

So Long…2020

2020-12-14T15:58:22-06:00December 14th, 2020|Categories: All about Books|

My last post was mid October, before the election, before a stay-at-home Thanksgiving advisory, and with only a hope that we had a vaccine on the way. Lots [...]

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