Revisiting Savannah

  We recently revisited Savannah. It had been nine years since our first trip there. I always enjoy a second visit to a city. Come see why over on Inspired by Life … and Fiction! 

April Reads

April Reads

April has been a really busy month at our house. It feels more like life before the pandemic! Not in every aspect, but getting closer. But that doesn’t mean I haven’t been reading! It’s quite a variety of types of books this month. Making the Marquess by Nichole Van This is the 4th of 5 […]

The Big Boston Birthday

    We celebrated our daughter’s 30th birthday a couple of weekends ago! Jump over to Inspired by Life … and Fiction for a recap of the fun and food of the trip! 

March Reads

  Eight great reads this month! And every one of them a winner! Seriously! Out of the Easy by Ruta Sepetys Author Ruta Sepetys is quickly becoming one of my favorites. This is my third book by her I’ve read. At first I was skeptical of this one given the subject matter—set in 1950s New […]

Going Gray

Yep. I’ve taken the plunge. Come see my progressing pictures and weigh on your thoughts about gray hair on Inspired by Life … and Fiction today! 

February Reads

Lots going on in February, but also got a bit of reading in. Besides these, I’m nearing the end of two other books, so I’ll reveal those in March! Writing Gifts: Poetry presented by Naomi Shihab Nye and Austin Bat Cave This book of poetry was compiled by Naomi Shihab Nye from a poetry class […]

Never Stop Learning

My husband and I are both students at heart. Come over to Inspired by Life … and Fiction and see some of the things we most love learning!

Out of the Writing Desert

I feared my love of writing would never return, but I’ve come out of the desert. Read the story on Inspired by Life … and Fiction. 

January reads

I’m back to a more “normal” pace of reading after last year’s record number of reads. Just seven books this month, but all of them winners (as evidenced by my constant use of the word “love” throughout!). Historical: Gentleman Jim by Mimi Matthews Loved, loved, loved this story where the line between highwayman and aristocrat […]