Tag Archives: musing

Thursday Thoughts: Universal Chill

Some people take vacations. Some people grab a book and read it cover to cover. Some people watch a TV series marathon style. Me? I like to sleep when I can, get lot in a book when I can’t. If … Continue reading

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Thursday Thoughts: Loving Adventure

When I sit down in the morning to write, I never know exactly what my characters are going to do or say. I don’t know if they’re going to create mayhem or make magic. I don’t know if they are … Continue reading

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Middle Monday of May

Okay, this pup just makes me laugh, no matter what his message is. May is half over. How did that happen? Here’s a recap of what’s going on in my neck of the woods. Writing: Real Life™ threw some curveballs … Continue reading

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Thursday Thoughts: Universal Baby Steps

Ahhh, baby steps. I remember those first tentative stumbles in life–real and imagined. 😆 Baby steps are how we learn to walk. How we learn to interact with people. How we write books. Or at least that’s how I do … Continue reading

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Thursday Thoughts: Universal Voices

My voices have been very quiet of late and that always makes me really nervous. Of course, there are those who would say that the voices make me crazy. They do. The voices, I mean. And I get lonely when … Continue reading

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Thursday Thoughts: Universal Trick

The lucky people are those who discover what it is they want to do with their lives. The truly lucky ones discover they can do that thing really, really well. The Universe has a way of summing things up… The … Continue reading

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Wednesday Words: April 19th

Even 22 years later, April 19th still has a profound effect on my life, on my family’s lives, and the lives of thousands of Oklahomans. For those who don’t know, I was one of the first responders the morning a … Continue reading

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