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The Error

The Error

Yesterday, I ventured downstairs to workout. I had churned out 2000 words for my new book, My Turn, and was ready to have my brain relax. My typical routine is to stop at our laundry room to put my spouse's work clothes in the dryer and then proceed to care for our...

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Technology

Technology

A few blogs ago, I shared my adventure of purchasing a new phone, along with the challenge it presented when I transferred my data from the old phone to the new phone. The challenge wasn't the phone, it was the user, but I figured it out all by myself and all is well...

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My eyes, My eyes

My eyes, My eyes

This week has been a colossal circus of snow, bitter cold, and a full schedule of doctor's appointments. One of the appointments was with my eye doctor. It had been scheduled for Wednesday but due to an unfortunate issue, I had to reschedule. Fortunately, they had an...

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Mindset

Mindset

This week has been all kinds of crazy. Between snowstorms that evaporated into literal nothingness, having my mother stay with us as a precaution to the non-existent winter weather, and then having yesterday twisted around to cater to her needs, it is no wonder that I...

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Caretaking

Caretaking

Let me start by saying, that those of you who care of your aging parents full-time are my heroes. I did it for a little over twenty-four hours and I feel like I did when my youngest wouldn't sleep. (Bryce really wants me to let that go, but I like to hold on to it for...

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Roommate

Roommate

I'm not sure how things are done where you live, but in the great state of Kentucky, if there is a mention of even a snowflake, panic ensues. It's true and actually quite comical. But, now it isn't just a few flakes that are causing mayhem, it is a winter storm...

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Mundane Monday

Mundane Monday

Remember the last time I wrote and I told you all that I am basically boring. That nothing is really happening and even my family is a disappointment in the the lack of material that they provide me. Well, nothing much has changed but I will say that each time I leave...

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The Lost Art

The Lost Art

I was sharing with one of my friends this weekend, that I have lost the ability to write this blog. Somewhere, in the midst of this pandemic, it has grown harder to dig up material. In other words, my life is incredibly boring. I am limited to my current quarantine...

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The Question

The Question

It's been two weeks since my book, Her Turn, has been released. (If you haven't read this delightful, bookish romantic comedy, I highly encourage you to do so. Shameless plug.) In the meantime, I have been diligently working on my second book to get to my editor by...

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The Dose

The Dose

This pandemic has created havoc on my mental state. I suppose I never expected this to continue as long as it has. With the new mandates of wearing masks and social distancing, we lost the ability to connect with one another. Human to human. It's so odd to me that the...

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