Last Sunday, we had one of those evenings where everything was going right... Then things took a turn for the worst.
While they’re spouting their animal rescue doctrine across social media, they’re neglecting (and even hindering) the voices of those who are speaking up for impounded human children.
When we respond with, “But it’s my right,” we have reverted to humankind's earliest verbal argument.
I’ve had the delightful experience of meeting with two book clubs this summer who read Lynchtown Wolf. Overwhelmingly, the reviews were full of praise and many readers proposed questions they’re hoping get answered in the next novel. For example, will we find out what happens to Penny and her girls? Will Daniella and Robert ever… Continue reading And so the summer goes…
In my family of origin, we didn’t have many traditions. Traditions were kind of a non-matter. In fact, I didn’t realize how (almost) anti-traditional we were until I met my husband’s family. Our first Christmas together was eye-opening. My family commonly wrapped Christmas gifts in random boxes that didn't match the item (for instance a… Continue reading Christmas Traditions, Old and New