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Kitchen Experience

“Bloody Mary Lobster Cocktail” The article in the Sunday Parade magazine sounded interesting. I always wondered what went into a Bloody Mary. Now I could make a dressing that tasted like it. The recipe called for the following to be … Continue reading

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Surprising Facts about Washington, D.C.

I grew up there, so certain things did not surprise me until I moved to Detroit, where there are lots of skyscrapers. City buildings are not supposed to be higher than the Washington Monument, which is 555 feet high. People … Continue reading

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Count Your Blessings

On this rainy morning after the horrific shooting of innocent children, I search to find something good to write about. As my Google Assistant plays the Liberty Bell March by John Philip Sousa, composed in 1893, I remember my father … Continue reading

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A Visit from Vicki Batman

I’ve invited vivacious, sassy Vicki Batman to share some words on my website. Can you join me for a walk? I adore Spring. February brought a big snowstorm just when I began looking for signs of flowers. Each day I … Continue reading

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A Dangerous Surprise and a Nice Place to Visit

In my next book, Romancing the Vet, my heroine, Amanda, picks up a retired racing greyhound to foster at a vet’s office close to the Mexican border, but something doesn’t seem right with the dog. Unfortunately, when she gets home, … Continue reading

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November in North Texas

Fall is in the air, and so are pumpkins. Below are pictures of pumpkins painted by two students I tutor at the Village Library, part of Mission Central, which serves Hurst, Euless, and Bedford. The first was painted by Daniela, … Continue reading

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SHAKESPEARE IN THE PARK AND A RECIPE

Shakespeare in the Park is one of my favorite things to do in June and July. My husband and I decided to see The Comedy of Errors about separated twin boys and the confusion they caused. I baked my favorite … Continue reading

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Holiday with a Prince

“What do you mean I’m too late?” I gasped. “This can’t happen. I need to get to Paris tonight.” Holiday with a Prince will soon be published in The Royals of Monterra Kindleworld. To do that, I have to delete … Continue reading

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