Contests And More This Monday Morning

  Monday, Monday and the sun is shining here in my corner of the world. (I love that song by The Mamas and The Papas. Listening to it makes me want to dance.) I hope all my Texas friends and family have recovered from the horrible storm and deep-freeze that crippled our state. Family members …

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Book Blog Tour: The Black-Marketer’s Daughter by Suman Mallick

THE BLACK-MARKETER’S DAUGHTER by Suman Mallick Category: Contemporary / Literary Fiction / Multicultural Publisher: Atmosphere Press Date of Publication: October 13, 2020 Number of Pages: 166 pages   Zuleikha arrives in the US from Lahore, Pakistan, by marriage, having trained as a pianist without ever owning a real piano. Now she finally has one-a wedding present …

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Fun With Resolutions

First, a comment for those Republican senators who are going to try to block the results  of the electoral college vote. That’s a ill-conceived idea. An embarrassment to this country. A total waste of government time. The election is over. Accept that and let’s move on. Please!!! Okay. Just had to get that off my …

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The Best Christmas Present

Okay, two “I-knows” coming at you. First, I know I said I’d be gone for a couple of weeks, but since Slim Randles is here to entertain readers, it’s almost like I’m not here. Right? Second, I know it’s after Christmas Day, so this story’s a little dated, but it’s priceless. Reminds me of when …

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Monday Morning Musings

First, something cute. Just because, well, we need something cute right now, and cute is better than the rant I was tentatively going to start with. The meme and the following devotional came from a good friend who sends me prayers and devotionals daily. I don’t often share them here on the blog, as I …

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Remembering Pearl Harbor

Today, we pause a moment to remember what happened one December day when early in the morning Japanese war planes made a stealth attack on Pearl Harbor.   We mourn those who lost their lives that day, as well as the thousands others who died in battles that raged for four years after the attack, until …

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