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Celtic Celebration & Prayer

The third week of August marks the last few weeks of summer here in Wisconsin. It’s also four of the best days of the year for me. The World’s Largest Celtic Festival, Milwaukee Irish Fest, ran last Thursday through Sunday … Continue reading

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Full Moon Blessings

On July 16th, this past Tuesday, there was a full moon. This July full moon is called the “BLESSING” moon. Alternatively, July’s full moon is called the “MEADOW” moon. I have meadows in all of my WARRIOR books. This meadow, … Continue reading

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Home Again

Happy June everyone! We haven’t quite hit summer in Wisconsin yet – still cool here. Normally I  post about my garden and the upcoming solstice – but I thought I’d share some of my work-in-progress instead. At its heart, HOME … Continue reading

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Where’s the Romance?

I walked into one of Milwaukee’s last independent bookstores this week. It’s a lovely place filled with “Indie Books” published by offshoots of traditional publishers. It has a section for books by local authors, and books about Wisconsin and Milwaukee. … Continue reading

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Daffodils and a Grand Dame

The world is coming together to rebuild Notre Dame Cathedral. That is testimony to humanity and what living history means to so many. There are many parts that cannot be recreated with exactitude. That leaves room for creating something beyond … Continue reading

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“Super Worm Moon” and the Vernal Equinox

This morning, I’m typing this while on Spring Break with my son. He wanted to go to Williamsburg, VA to do a very free form kind of Revolutionary War and Civil War tour. Odd for an almost 20 year old, … Continue reading

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Dreyer’s English, Godin’s This is Marketing, and Kaufman’s Personal MBA. And, yes, I used the (damned) comma.

So far this year I have purchased, and am currently reading, three “How To” non-fiction books. I purchased all three in paper, or hardcover as two of them are only available in physical form in hard cover editions. Generally I … Continue reading

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