Sometimes a day does not go as planned. We’ve all had them. The car won’t start; we slip on ice; co-worker calls in; friends cancel; kids get sick. We can meticulously plan our days or even years and then something happens to disrupt those well-laid ideas.
Choices. Like Ali Montgomery, I had a choice to make: do I dare step out of my comfort zone? Do I republish one of my short stories? Yes, I dared, but you’ll have to read “Choices Amid the Trees” to see what choices Ali makes.
Everyone dreams of going to Paris. Except Sophie Brooks. She has to go to the City of Lights because her father is getting remarried. What she finds there is more than just an uncomfortable family dynamic, she discovers Paris may not be that bad after all.
When a tragedy, such as the recent events in Florida, strikes, I find myself either staring at the television in horror or running from every form of media because my heart is too broken to bear any more.
As school lets out and summer begins, what are some of your favorite summertime memories?
In anticipation of Memorial Day this weekend, I decided to share a post I wrote several years ago. It says well what I’d still say today.
Hard cider is making a comeback. But why do we need to be literally hit over the head with an apple (okay, maybe figuratively, but the commercials are convincing) to be told its good when cider was historically one of the beverages of choice during the founding of the United States?
Sunday is Mother’s Day. Before you drop what you’re doing to scramble for a card, gift, or brunch reservation, think about why.
Spring time is here – or so the calendar tells us. As April’s showers give way to the buds and bright colors of May, there are a couple of fun holidays to celebrate.