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Friday Sinema: Rabbit Holes

Okay. So, yes, I’ve been chasing that white rabbit probably too much this week, but this is a trail I’m glad I followed. First, if you are familiar with Eurovision, raise your hand. I sort of am. I have an … Continue reading

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Flower Moon Monday

I’m always fascinated by moon names, for obvious reasons. Last night, most of the world got to see the Super Flower Blood Moon. Technically, that’s a total lunar eclipse during a “super” moon, which means the moon is closer than … Continue reading

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Tuesday Titles: Reading Habits

I’m not sure how popular the whole Tuesday Treats and Titles thing is–me pairing one of my characters and books with a recipe. It’s kinda fun for me until I just keep using the same books and characters. So, until … Continue reading

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Thursday Thoughts: Universal State of Mind

So. Depression. PTSD. Brain fog. I normally don’t get too deep into deeply personal stuff–at least not in/on social media. That said, I feel like I owe my readers some sort of explanation. I’ve been fighting the depression for a … Continue reading

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27 Years Ago…

At 9:01 a.m. at the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, the unthinkable happened. “Ground Zero” is now a place of rememberance. Thos of us there that day will never forget… Yeah, and that’s where my head has been…

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Thursday Thoughts: Universal Blessed Adversity

Considering the state of the world, I was looking for something that might be uplifting or hopeful in my stash of messages from the Universe. I admit, I often use Thursday Thought to share a message and apply it to … Continue reading

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Last Monday for Real?

A lot of you know that I have a background in the American legal system, the fire service, and law enforcement. You may not know that I was a Political Science/Government major in college, with a double minor in history … Continue reading

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Tuesday Treats & Titles: Chickasaw Grape Dumplings

This year is fading into the New Year. It’s a time to look back while making plans for the future. There comfort in tradttions and this recipe is an old one handed down generation to generation. Grape dumplings were traditionally … Continue reading

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Tuesday Treats & Titles: Forgotten Cookies

It’s almost Christmas. For today’s treat, I thumbed through my own recipe book to pull out a Christmas favorite from my childhood. These cookies are so easy, I could make them all by myself when I was a little kid. … Continue reading

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Friday Sinema: Sing Along

So…I saw this… And I thought, “Self, you’d go to Mass with this priest.” And I would. Father Ray reminds me a lot of the Episcopal priest who officiated at my dad’s memorial serive. As we were planning things, I … Continue reading

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