Monthly Archives: May 2015

I’ll Count My Blessings

While the weather in south central USA has produced flooding and so much of the south western USA is begging for such rain, my weather in Virginia has been about as perfect as it gets. Our reservoirs are filled from … Continue reading

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Rain, Rain, Go Away by Pepper Phillips

This is my back yard. We’ve had so much rain last month and this month, with a week of rain ahead of us.  If you look at the photo, beyond the big tree in the center is a road that … Continue reading

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TO TWEET OR NOT TO TWEET

The other night we watched a movie where a divorced father brought his children together for a family dinner. They talked for a while, some had their phone to an ear, others were keying on their phones. Some stared at … Continue reading

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Tulip Time in Ottawa by Susan R. Hughes

Each May, tulips abound here in Ottawa. During the Canadian Tulip Festival, over a million bulbs bloom in more than a dozen varieties along the Tulip Route and at Commissioner’s Park beside Dow’s Lake and the Rideau Canal. It’s a … Continue reading

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One Week – A Microcosm of Life

This week has been a small slice of my life: I planted flowers in my garden, which brings me great joy. I saw one child, a sophomore in High School, through a college level history class and the 3½ hour … Continue reading

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Who am I?

HER FRENCH COUNT: A full-length romantic suspense Cheryl Stewart: I’m worried about my mentor, Professor Howard. He went to lunch with a prospective graduate student, a man from Malaysia, but became sick during the lunch and was rushed to the … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Box Sets by Joan Reeves

It was the best of times. It was the worst of times. It was… Ah, yes, Mr. Dickens knew exactly how to spin a few words into memorable lines. He could have been describing the situation in which I, and … Continue reading

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