One of my goals for November 2020 was to feature spotlights about the contributing authors from the “Lady by the River” book. This month is a bit of an anniversary — it was four years ago today (November 30, 2016) when we met our first “hard deadline” for chapter drafts. For those that do not know, Lady by … More Lady by the River- Author Spotlights (November 30, 2020)
Hello Readers. One Word Sunday is CONFUSED. Here is my entry: Now, connecting to Sunday Trees, let’s wind down with some final Lady by the River book thoughts. Did you know…. This book idea was BIRTHED IN FLORIDA? So here is a Florida palm tree with a quote from the book: Did you know…. This … More Lady by the River Post 10 of 10
The lens-artist theme is Delicious and Patti has a nice food post (here) to start the photo challenge. I know there are many ways to reflect on delicious but I am going with food as well. Here are some of my favorite foods lately. Delicious, dense, immune building. _____ 1) Have you ever heard of … More DELICIOUS Lens-Artist #41 (EGG-BOXING, NUTS, & BOOCH)
Happy Friday. Wasn’t sure if I was going to do a flashback Friday post, a Friday-food post – or something else ?? Then…. I was in the reader and it was flower heaven. Seriously – flower posts seemed to eat up my feed. And it was floral delight. Maybe I needed it even more so … More FLOWERS ON FRIDAY (Free Download of Lady by the River April 12th, 13th, & 14th)
Hello Readers. Here are five reasons I like blogging. 1) BLOGGING LETS ME “BITE THE WAX TADPOLE” Some folks already know this story, but a few months ago I was on Amy Maranto’s blog (here) – she is a long-time blog friend and while there, I encountered two new bloggers: A) Soanuthatch (here). This blogger … More BITE THE WAX TADPOLE (5 Reasons I Like Blogging & Lady by the River 5 of 10)
Hello readers. A great light has gone out in the blogosphere, author Paul Curran passed away last week. Paul was a regular commenter on The Doobsters’ blog, he was friends with many bloggers, he wrote frequently on the Cordelia’s Mom, Still blog (here) and wrote a Sunday column on mark bialczak‘s blog. Well actually, Paul’s light … More In Memory of Blogger Paul Curran
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