Fears of the Writer are real. I have always been a writer. In high school, I was the editor of a youth magazine in my community. I wanted to go to journalism school and become an investigative reporter. Life started, I fell in love, got married, had a bunch of kids and the rest, they say is history.
This post first appeared a year ago. Funny how things apply over and over again in our lives. On the heels of our move to the St. Louis area and seeking new friendships, it seems so appropriate to share again. Please! Be nice to the new girl! It might be me 🙂
People often wonder and ask me what it’s like, moving across the country, leaving my friends and family behind, leaving my Funny Little House, and so on. The truth is, there isn’t really a trick to it. You just go. You just pack up your stuff – it truly is just stuff. And you leave your favorite Funny Little House –… Read More
Welcome to Flashback Friday! This post first appeared November of 2016. Enjoy! How much should you tip your server? What if they are stellar? What if they are terrible? What if they are just OK? What 7 things should you consider when tipping your server?
Part III of Follet’s Kingsbridge Trilogy, A Column of Fire, is just as fascinating as his others. I can’t believe I’ve never mentioned before the wonderful historical fiction writing of Ken Follet. I have read the Century Trilogy, which includes Fall of Giants, Winter of the World, and Edge of Eternity. Equally as engaging is the Kingsbridge Trilogy, which includes Pillars of the Earth, World Without… Read More
My family is filled with generations of Golden Gophers! Rah Rah Rah! for Ski-U-Mah! Rah! Rah! Rah! Rah for the U of M! M i N n E s O t A ! Go Gophers!