Doesn’t time fly when you are having fun. Well I am anyway and I hope you are too… It has been a busy week offline with various projects and also taking advantage of the cold but sunny weather. It is hard to believe that it is January 20th already but it is great that the evenings are growing lighter by a few minutes each day.
My thanks as always to you for dropping in so often and keeping me motivated and here are some of the posts you might have missed..
This week Linda shares the delightful!! coat that her Grandmother managed to find at the charity shop for her..
Getting to know you – Sunday Interview with author Denzil Walton.
The first part of our trip from Houston to Carlsbad Caverns and to see Halley’s Comet on its once in a lifetime visit.
The title of this series came about as I dipped into a Thesaurus to find some words for a poem I was writing. I noticed that a great many words that reflected (see what I mean) key elements in our lives began with the letter ‘R’. In this first post quite a bit about what I think about RESPECT
Chapter one of the sequel to my first book written 20 years ago which followed my 18 month challenge to lose 150lbs. I am told at 42 that I am unlikely to make 45!
This week I look at the nutritional elements of Asparagus and Carol Taylor turns this very healthy vegetable into some delicious meals.
Colleen Chesebro’s Tuesday Poetry Challenge.
I have chosen ‘Secret and Draw’ for my key words this week and I am also trying my hand at a Haibun… here is the link where you will find a description of this form which is a combination of prose and poetry.
I have discovered the secret to eternal youth. I stand before the mirror. With eyes almost closed the image blurs. Wrinkles disappear. Hair regains its colour. The extra pounds fall away. I am tall and strong. A reflection of how I used to be. I draw the image towards me absorbing its essence.
Do not be deceived
Challenge the silver backed mirror
Remain young at heart.
New book on the shelves
Author Update -Reviews
Thanks for dropping by and hope to see you again next week… Sally.