Month: October 2018

Halloween and the Colors of Fall

Halloween was one of my husband’s favorite holidays, leading up to all the others through December. He loved to sit on the porch swing wrapped in a monks cloak and scare the kids as they came up for treats. I have such fond memories of those days. That said, I find it ever so appropriate …

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#FridayReads – The Final Quest by Gabriel Farago

Those of you who are familiar with my blog know that I like to support my fellow authors, so today I’d like to introduce you to a writer from down under, Gabriel Farago. We met online, and I sampled his free story The Forgotten Painting which I very much enjoyed reading. That story introduces readers to Jack …

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Ready to Tee Up?

Help me welcome Slim Randles to the blog today with a fun story about Doc and a squirrel and an interesting golf tournament. I’d enter just for the fun, but I think this tournament would challenge even pro golfers. Never having played golf, I’m not sure what golfers like as refreshements, but I suspect the …

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Nothing Like a Dance

Slim Randles returns as today’s Wednesday’s Guest, and I never know if I like his humor best or the more thoughtful essays. If you read the entire post, there is a treat at the end.  Autumn is in the air everywhere now, and just a couple of weeks before Halloween it seems to be an …

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