Goodwill Hunting. Books that move me to do nothing.

I must confess. Last week, Friday and Saturday were great writing days but those were the only days I wrote so damn-the-torpedoes towards my weekly word count. Inspite of that lackluster showing in noveling department, I jut out my chin and carryon with a blog post ....more

O ye of little faith, why do you assume so much?

For truly I say to you, if you have faith like a grain of mustard seed, you will say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there’, and it will move, ...more

I Can’t Tell You Why? Thoughts on Glenn Frey’s untimely passing.

Still perserving away on the novel. Averaging 454 words for six days. Last week, I blogged about fog ....more

Fog. “Do you think they’re okay?”

I have been writing. I have been persevering on my novel....more

Persevere. The year of Odysseus not Sisyphus.

My writing style is simple. So coming up with one word for 2016 should be a can of corn. But it’s not been ....more

What I learned in 27 years of marriage. (Really need to think of a sexier title.)

December 17th. Here I was at 25 years old, 27 years ago at my wedding. Such a joyous occasion ....more

Thankful Giving. Big and Small.

This is a pic of my phone. My screensaver is a Mother Teresa quote: There are many people who can do big things, but there are very few people who will do the small things. ...more

He stole my nose and I’ve been looking in the mirror ever since.

House painters are nice folks. Mostly quiet, though sometimes extroverted like the painter we now have paint our things that need painting. Back when this event took place, the painter in question must have been a real jokester ....more

NaNoWriMo. I’m wearing a string bikini on the nude beach.

NaNoWriMo. National Novel Writing Month. Writing 50,000 words — or what is the first draft of a novel — in the 30 days of November ....more

Greens 1/58 Acre is the Place for Me.

Gray days of steady rain used to find me wringing my hands and popping antidepressants like Tic Tacs. No longer! Not since I became a farmer ....more