Making an Impact – Part 1: Writing and Speaking

This post by Gayle M. Irwin Many writers make a big splash, and a big impact. Big fish like JK Rowling, Beverly Lewis, Nora Roberts, James Patterson, Mark Twain, even Shakespeare live in much bigger ponds than me. I feel like a small fry compared even to fellow Wyoming writers like Craig Johnson, CJ Box, … Continue reading Making an Impact – Part 1: Writing and Speaking

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Aging and Learning: Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks

This post by Gayle M. Irwin   He sleeps on the multitude of dog blankets which we’ve bought for him and spread throughout the house. He stands and his back legs wobble, oftentimes collapse, and he falls and struggles to regain his footing. In dim light, he walks into corners and simply stands and stares, … Continue reading Aging and Learning: Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks

Relishing Summer

This blog post by Gayle M. Irwin   During summer it's easy to “relish” – watermelon, apples, ice cream, ice tea, the occasional strawberry daiquiri or margarita (or both!): all quench a parched throat, dry from summer' warmth. But, there are other things to “relish” as well these days: the season itself with respite from … Continue reading Relishing Summer