In the good old summertime…

The best thing for kids after Christmas and their birthday is, of course, summertime. No school, no homework, no early bedtime. Ice pops dipping down your legs, drinking water from the hose, doing cartwheels on the front lawn. My grandsons (the twinadoes) had their last day of school last week. They are now big time second graders. A tradition with us is a trip to the local ice cream shop for them to split a banana split. Unfortunately, this year I was in quarantine on that most memorable day, so we had to move it up a few days. But …

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Mother, May I? Yes, You Can!

This year, Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 8th. To me, this is an opportunity to celebrate all women because, in some way, each of us nurtures and encourages and inspires those around us. Women are problem-solvers, caretakers, community advocates, role models, and people who initiate change. Here’s your chance to honor a special woman in your life and maybe win a $25 Amazon gift card! Comment and share how a woman touched your life or made an impact on who you are today. I’ll randomly select one winner at the end of the month. Wishing you a happy Mother’s Day!

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Spring is in the air

Spring is in the air! Remember the old song, “April showers bring May flowers”? And what do May flowers bring? Pilgrims. Yes, I know. I can hear you groan. I will be in Nashville from May 12-16 for the Weekend with the Authors event. There will be a book signing on Saturday, May 16th from 3 to 6 PM. You can check out the information here: https://www.aweekendwiththeauthors.com/ Stop by and see us. There’s a great line-up of authors of all genres. The third book in my new Highlander series will release on May 6th. To Yield to a Highlander is …

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