Wisdom and a Few Other Things I’ve Picked Up Along the Way

Yesterday a Facebook friend, the kind I've known all my life, posted about bits of wisdom she's picked up over the years from ministers, school administrators, her parents, and others, such as to watch out for "clever devils," not to buy cheap foreign goods that will "crack up" when you get them home, and "not … Continue reading Wisdom and a Few Other Things I’ve Picked Up Along the Way

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A New Adventure

By S. J. Brown I am always up for exploring new territory.  I eagerly wander wooded areas, fields and streams in search of wild critters to photograph.  I’m not picky any wild critter will do, big or small it doesn’t matter.   Recently I embarked on a totally new type of adventure.  Authors and photographers … Continue reading A New Adventure

First Job

This post by Jennifer Flaten My daughter officially started her first part-time job. She is working for a local restaurant. She is super excited to be making money, plus she is the first of the twins to get a job, which gives her bragging rights. Her excitement about her new job has me thinking about … Continue reading First Job

Ye-Gads Electronic Failure

  This Blog  by Cher'ley Grogg Q: Why did the computer keep sneezing? A: It had a virus! Q: What is a computer virus? A: A terminal illness! Q: Why was the computer cold? A: It left it's Windows open! Follow this link to Read more. Not just on one electronic. My laptop and phone went down at … Continue reading Ye-Gads Electronic Failure

DIY CAMPFIRE COOKING

This post by L.Leander, Author of Fearless Fiction Last weekend we had my husband’s son and family at the lake for the weekend. Altogether there were eleven of us. Lucky for us, we have the best couple that camp next to us and they offered their camper to the kids so they wouldn’t have to … Continue reading DIY CAMPFIRE COOKING

Miles of Memories – Part 2: Two-Footed Friends & Family

This post by Gayle M. Irwin Earlier this month my husband and I traveled through and to several states to visit friends and family, covering several thousand miles. Last week I wrote my thoughts on four-footed friends that have impacted my life. This week I'm remembering the two-footed friends and family that those 4,000-miles brought … Continue reading Miles of Memories – Part 2: Two-Footed Friends & Family

Miles of Memories – Part 1: Four-Footed Friends

This post by Gayle M. Irwin My husband and I recently returned from a nearly 4,000-mile journey through several states as we visited friends and family. The journey brought back many memories as well as reconnections with people I hadn’t seen in many years (more on all that next week). Some of the memories stirred … Continue reading Miles of Memories – Part 1: Four-Footed Friends

Monday, Monday

  This post by L.Leander, Author of Fearless Fiction As a 60’s child I was immersed in the music of the time and it’s still my favorite music. Is there anything better? Bob Dylan, Diana Ross and the Supremes, Little Richie, Peter, Paul and Mary, and way too many more to mention. This music filled … Continue reading Monday, Monday

Metaphors Are Fun, Creative, & Therapeutic by Cher’ley

  This Blog  by Cher'ley Grogg Metaphors Are Fun, Creative, and Therapeutic indeed.      Lenny: Hey, maybe there is no cabin. Maybe it's one of them metaphorical things. Carl: Oh yeah, yeah. Like maybe, the cabin is the place inside each of us, created by our goodwill and teamwork. Lenny: Nah, they said there would be … Continue reading Metaphors Are Fun, Creative, & Therapeutic by Cher’ley

The Fresh Breath of Spring

This post by L.Leander, Author of Fearless Fiction It’s time for planting and all around us are farms with tractors making rows and planting seeds. The smell of the fresh dirt never ceases to make me feel good – a deep earthy scent that you know will soon yield crops. We have many Amish farms … Continue reading The Fresh Breath of Spring