Monthly Archives: September 2011

Apples and Honey.

It’s fall, and even here in the California desert I can sense the changes. We still have the odd day or two with triple digit numbers, but for us that means the weather is cooling off. The nights are lovely, … Continue reading

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The Healing Powers of Water

A couple of months ago, I got to thinking about water.  Mostly because I had an injured leg and was unable to go swimming until the scars healed, the scabs fell off, and I wouldn’t infect the waters or my … Continue reading

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A Fishy Tale

When the kids were young we attended a yearly festival that had all kinds of booths with fun games. One year, son and his buddy went in one direction with his friend’s parents, and I took the girls for face … Continue reading

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Racing Cars and Risky Chances

Welcome to an interview with debut author, Dee J. Adams. I met Dee J. about ten years ago. She’s a fellow LARA member (Los Angeles Romance Authors) and we’ve gotten to know each other well over the years, sometimes through … Continue reading

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