It’s that time of year when birds of the same species will no longer tolerate another bird in their territory. Two male cardinals tussled outside my window this morning—the first sign of spring—or the hope of spring. In and out of the maple tree branches they fluttered. Flashes of sunlight ignited their red plumage. One … More It’s Time . . .
In the wee hours of early morning God woke me with a warning. His warning was so strong I grabbed a pencil and scribbled in the dark: “Skip confusing speculation…” God’s warning came soon after the MRI, which was several weeks go. That was when I received the initial diagnosis of cancerous lesions on my … More Skip Confusing Speculation
Given the current publishing market trends, many writers pursue self-publishing through Amazon’s KDP (Kindle Direct Publishing). I recently joined their ranks via my book: Grandma Brain, Hope and Humor for the hopelessly addlepated minds of grandparents, parents, and other childcare givers. Before I began my journey I sought insight from others who had already traveled … More Trials & Tribulations of KDP