Monthly Archives: February 2012

Pennies From Heaven

I’ve recently been working on a chapter in Kept Secrets that touches on life after death. None of us really knows what life in the hereafter will be like, but since most people aren’t comfortable with the unknown, we’ve attempted to fill … Continue reading

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Do you remember Ernest Hemingway’s short, short story. For Sale: Baby shoes, never worn.? At the Smith Magazine Larry Smith used Hemingway’s story as inspiration and asked his readers to describe their lives in six…

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How Laffemeroar Saved the Day

I’ve fallen down on the job this week. I don’t have a blog ready to post. I blame it on my daughter-in-law. She talked me into taking a step class at the gym. It didn’t look hard, though I wasn’t … Continue reading

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Mrs. Sparkly’s Ten Commandments

I just got tagged by Janine Fitzpatrick with Mrs. Sparkly’s Ten Commandments.  It’s a new one for me and much easier than some of the other tag, you’re it, pass it on awards/games floating around the blogosphere. All I have to do is … Continue reading

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What We Leave Behind

Meet Mother & Dad. Clovis & Winona Travis. (Ooch!) With names like that, they vowed to give my brother and me normal names and we are both eternally grateful for it. My brother made his appearance in 1946 and I came … Continue reading

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That Competitive Spirit And Why I Currently Suck As A Writer

I couldn’t tell you why, but I think the rowing machine (also known as an ergometer or erg for short) is the coolest thing ever. It seems that not that many patrons of the gym I use share my view as most of … Continue reading

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Quiet Inspiration

I can’t say that I like going to the gym, but I made the committment to go three times a week and along with a little prodding from my husband, I’m making myself do it. The treadmill can get pretty boring so I use that time … Continue reading

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