Monthly Archives: December 2015

Working for the rich folks

When I was in my early twenties, I had a lovely job at a small museum. I did a variety of things from managing the volunteer corps, write copy for the exhibits, handle public relations, set up chairs for special … Continue reading

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All I wanted for Christmas

My son was a preemie, born 10 weeks early by emergency C-section in the wee hours of the morning. He weighed one pound, ten ounces and, stretched out, was twelve and a half inches long. His skin was bright red, … Continue reading

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That special holiday hell

As you may know from past posts, I’m not a great giver of gifts, especially at Christmas. There was that dog toy shaped like a remote control. I didn’t know it was a dog toy until Dearest Son bit it … Continue reading

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Little sibs

In ANYTHING FOR YOU, both the hero and heroine have significantly younger siblings. Jessica has Davey, seven years younger, and Connor has Savannah, twenty-three years younger, the child of his father and stepmother. I have a younger sister, and I love … Continue reading

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