It is raining today, and not the warm summer-kind-of-rain, although it’s not really cold, either. But it’s one of those rains that foretells of sweaters and fire sides and wool socks and hearty soups. The cats are a tad annoyed. They wanted to go prowling today. I’m sure they will have their opportunities during Indian … Continue reading Bringing It Home
I L O V E D teaching last Sunday’s workshop. Can’t wait to give the next one. Want to give lots and lots of them. And so…marketing strategies are beginning to poke their little heads into my awareness. To kinda, sorta quote Elizabeth Gilbert ( author of Eat, Pray, Love ) whatever endeavor you choose, … Continue reading Deepish Thoughts
These past two weeks have been more about business than about writing. Mr. Al and I are getting our ducks in a row which is a little easier than herding cats. Oh, there are several scenes banging away in my head, but they’re not out of my skull and that frustrates Moi. Fortunately, yesterday, between laundry … Continue reading This n’ That
I am in a mood. Not in the mood…. In A Mood. Yeah, we’ve all been there. So… being in said Mood, I’ve found it best not to say anything that’s going to come back to bite me. Instead, lucky you, I’m going to post more pictures of The Mountain. Yes, I went to The … Continue reading In A Mood
I do. I think you can go home again. Thomas Wolfe disagreed, but perhaps his definition of “home” is different from mine. I’m sitting in the Sacramento, CA airport waiting for my flight back to Seattle. My Peet’s cappuccino is beginning to take effect. Got croissant flakes all over my poor laptop from my egg … Continue reading Yes, Thomas, I think you can…
I’ve of two minds when it comes to Mothers Day. Hallmark loves it. Florists love it. I’m just glad I won’t see all the commercials for another year. Be that as it may… I wish all you wonderful Mothers out there the happiest of days. May you be recognized and honored for all that you … Continue reading The Mother of all Sundays
Well, it’s been a week since I’ve been home and I’ve nestled back into my life. Got Kona coffee in my mug this morning with a little coconut sugar. Good to go, except below is not a view from my deck at home. Doing well, except for forgetting stuff like prescriptions and making dinner and … Continue reading What’s In Your Cuppa?