From A Distance…

PLEASE SHARE: A couple of weeks ago my husband, Jeff, and I decided to go to Florida to get the reconstruction going on Jan, my mother-in-law’s, condo. Hurricane Michael had decided to do a little remodeling. Her condo is on Panama City Beach, and even though the roof was removed, furniture destroyed and walls torn down, she’s still one of the lucky ones. Lucky, in that she and my sister-in-law, Julie, were emergency evacuated before the storm … Please Continue…

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Don’t Mess With Mom

So, I was writing my welcome page today and thinking about springtime. The Sea Archer, coming out in the fall, is about the descendants of Apollo, Poseidon, and Demeter. Many people know the story of Demeter albeit through Persephone and Hades but if not here’s one simplified version. Demeter, the goddess of agriculture, harvest, fertility and sacred law, is also the goddess of the seasons we enjoy in a sense. Though not one of the … Please Continue…

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Diamonds on the Water

Diamonds on the Water By Jeny Heckman Diamonds on the water, that light beneath the sky Waves of grace and wonder, too swiftly roll on by What permeates the air, the smell of sea and sunshine That open taste of freedom, today shall be just mine As the hour starts to darken, and shadows seem to loom The quiet voices soften, as if they’re in a tomb The breeze moves in so quietly, warm and … Please Continue…

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Rockets Red Glare

I know you are not supposed to talk about politics on your website. It’s like talking about money, religion or affairs, you’re just not supposed to do it. Along with the campaigning, debates and this election, who wants to hear another ridiculous word about it? I certainly don’t but also know I’m finishing up a political book, so I decided instead to put out some fun, entertaining facts from List 25 about this great country of ours, … Please Continue…

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