As the world slowly re-opens I am thankful this year to be able to have the family at the Love Shack. It has been since Christmas since we saw our family. I am grateful that all our family has survived this pandemic with no physical harm and only sightly financial hit. It was a pleasure … More Happy Fathers Day
I think I’m starting to sound like my mother and my grandmother, which means either I am getting older or I have acquired some knowledge along the way. Either one is good with me. As the Easter Holiday is approaching and I listen to people talk, I think what happened? I remember Easter as a … More What Happened To Family?
I spent a long day in the kitchen today. I started out making a Rum and Eggnog Cheesecake. From there I went to making a cookie recipe that I have been looking for over thirty years. That’s when the First Ghost of Christmas Past came to visit. When I was a child I had an … More The Ghost of Christmas Past
It’s 9 Pm. The dishes are done and all sign of the holiday meal is put away. The family and friends have gone home after a lovely afternoon and evening. Juliette has had her first Thanksgiving Meal and with a full belly, Romeo and she are laying on the bed sleeping peacefully. Husband is looking comfy … More Post-Thanksgiving Thoughts
This past Thanksgiving weekend while the family was busy painting, they sent me and my camera of for a walk. My short walk took me to the beach and this was my view. I found a few other cottagers out walking the beach collecting stone and shells, and running their dogs. What I … More Water Shots in early Fall
Our first Thanksgiving at the cottage turned out to be Long Johns and Turkey. Day One: Time to start painting. The Cast Iron Stove was installed August, but with my surgery, the concrete pad to place the propane tank on had gotten delayed. This meant the propane delivery to run the stove, also got delayed. … More Long Johns and Turkey
When I first was encouraged to write this blog, it came from my writing class. Each week we would get together to talk about our writing and was given a new protect to write by the leader of the group, one special teacher and writer named Jeff Griffiths, from Mohawk College. … More 23 Countries and Over a 1000 Views
As I write the final chapters, of “Only With Him“, I’m please and excited to announce that Lenore Farrell Photography has taken on the project of developing my Book Cover. It was a very exciting night watching her in her studio. I watch her take a single idea and shoot it over 70 different … More The Book Cover For “Only With Him”