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Thursday Thoughts: Finding the Way

I’m well aware of what happened on this day 23 years ago. I was there. Twenty-three years. Wow. That’s a lifetime for some people. For me, it’s 1/3 of my life ago. Yet it seems like yesterday. This is always … Continue reading

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Tuesday Treats: Chocolate Mint Cookie Cheesecake

I am a sucker for mint and chocolate ANYTHING! A chocolate mint cheesecake? Get out of my way! I am soooo there. I totally jumped on this recipe the minute I saw it. Prep Time: 30 min. Total Time: 6 … Continue reading

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Tuesday Treats: Santa Fe Chicken Casserole

Mother Nature is getting a little schizophrenic this spring so I thought I’d share this recipe. It’s a great transitional meal–spicy and cheesy for chilly nights but not so heavy that you can’t serve it on a warmer day. Prep … Continue reading

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A Way With Monday

Who wants to do away with Monday? *raises hand* Which is sorta dumb because then Tuesday would be the new Monday. And poor Tuesday is sort of the poor relation of the week as it is. Think about it. Everyone … Continue reading

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Thursday Thoughts: BOOK BIRTHDAY!

It’s always fun to celebrate when a new book comes into the world! My latest, BROTHERHOOD PROTECTORS: MONTANA MOON is now live on Amazon. Part of Elle James’s (no relation but a good friend) Kindle World, I get to introduce … Continue reading

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It’s Another Monday

I have no idea why I continue to obsess over Monday. It’s not like I have an 8-5/M-F job these days? In fact, I haven’t had one of those for a long time now. I think people just get hardwired … Continue reading

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Tuesday Treats: Lemon Lasagna

Ah, March 20th, the spring (or vernal) equinox. That means winter is over, spring is here, and all those daffodils blooming in my flowerbeds will be giving away to tulips, roses, and bluebells before too much longer. Since we’re looking … Continue reading

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