Spring is in the air Life has been renewed Christ arose from the tomb Giving hope to all Not the bunny trail Nor the baskets of eggs The joy of truth The promise of his return The true celebration of Easter Continue reading Happy Easter
I love scarves but as a plus sized woman finding tutorials on how to wear a scarf doesn’t include someone my size. Here is one of the designs I tried. With a button up shirt I attached a necklace to the top button hole by threading it through and fastening it. I then pulled the scarf through. It is simple and elegant and is just … Continue reading Scarf Art
KAI Presents, (kicking and screaming all the way)… Susan Sloate!. Continue reading KAI Presents, (kicking and screaming all the way)… Susan Sloate!
The Future of Publishing, Part 2. Continue reading The Future of Publishing, Part 2
I’m not a private person, after six sons and living in a small town, nothing in my life is private. Being a big mouth broad doesn’t help either. I’m taking a marketing class designed for writers. Most taking the class are already published, I of course am not and I almost did not take the class. Add in a hateful three days with Yahoo, then … Continue reading Country Mouse No Diploma
My children tell me I should be on an episode of Chopped. I love the Food Network! Raising six sons I learned to use whatever was in the house to create a meal for whoever was home, I never knew how many I was feeding. Now that the kids are out of the house, my husband and I are trying to eat a little lighter. … Continue reading New Recipe “Asian Chicken Salad”
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Despite all she’d been through, her shoes were still shining. Shops had shuttered, society had crumbled and humanity was down to a handful. Yet her black-laced shoes did not have a speck on them. She rested her tired feet on the bus seat in front of her. Around her, silence reigned. The only audible sound was that of her shoes gently… Continue reading 224. Despite all she’d been through, her shoes were still shining