Monthly Archives: May 2011

What do poison ivy, the Edsel, and my first novel have in common?

“God is really only another artist.  He invented the giraffe, the elephant, and the cat.  He has no real style.  He just goes on trying other things.”  ~Pablo Picasso A work horse of the art world, Pablo Ruiz Picasso did … Continue reading

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Bumper Sticker Philosophy

Imagine, if you will, that you can learn 95% of what a person is about from reading his/her bumper stickers. Maybe people would think twice about what they put on their cars if they thought like me. How about this … Continue reading

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Rapture, or, I am still here which means: 1. They were wrong 2. I am delusional, and I am not here 3. This is actually, Hell

It was 5:45 p.m. and we were on the highway, almost home. My husband asked me, “So you have fifteen minutes left, what do you want?” Without hesitation I said, “A cold beer and a hot shower.” I have always … Continue reading

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Searching for Hawaii A Cape Cod Story

I have written many stories, but Hawaii is near and dear to my heart. Completed in 2007, my ebook, Searching for Hawaii A Cape Cod Story, was my first completed novel. I spent my summers on Cape Cod when I … Continue reading

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High Water Mark

I was watching the news last night where a man was standing on a recently erected wall. On one side was Vicksburg, Mississippi’s historic district which was eight feet under water. On the other side was the rest of the … Continue reading

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