Big Donut Fan?

          Silliness…somebody brought in 2 big boxes of donuts this morning and I’ve been on a sugar high since. Woe unto anyone who approaches when I come down! Have you seen one of these?     In case this isn’t Christmasy enough, here’s Krink to wish y’all HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

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Schrödinger’s Cabin: A Reason to Panic?

This week a mean streak of violent storms pounded us in Western Kentucky. Storms happen, the Cabin is built halfway up a ridge so shouldn’t flood, up here in town I didn’t hear any sirens. I even worked late to get stuff done and didn’t leave the factory until after 7 pm. I stay up in town…

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Love A Tree Day!

The very first time I travelled from faraway San Diego to the remote reaches of a Western Kentucky forest, I fell swoopy-doopy in love. The Realtor I’d visited was in Elizabethtown. I wanted to build a cabin in the woods. Nada, nothing available, all the woods being sectioned up and bulldozed for subdivisions, sadness. The…

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Phil Was Wrong, Right?

I have a fervent hope that Puxatawney (sp?) Phil was wrong this year! A spiffily dressed gentleman holding the poor creature high somehow inferred 6 more weeks of winter. But I have peach trees and plums blooming! No hard freezes, please…pretty please? The first harbinger of Spring has been in bloom all week everywhere I look around the…

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Impending Autumn

I thought I’d post a few timely pictures to show I’m still alive and kicking! Fall is my favorite time of the year; the weather starts cooling and I can cozy up to thick, soft clothes. Who doesn’t enjoy the vibrant colors of a majestic hardwood forest? And fortunate me – I live in the…

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News, Gratitude and Pictures

My sci-fi eBook The Might of Defiance is FREE for the next couple days! If you wanted to be kind and review it, now would be a good time to get your Kindle copy. Remember, you can get a Kindle reader download for whatever device you’re using, if not a Kindle. Second but not second…

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Come On, Spring!

Could there be a brighter harbinger?       A panorama of flowers trying to ward off the mean old cold     The bright early plum She wants to bloom free Says winter’s a bum I agree with the tree               Apples, coaching the laggard trees beyond And the moss the…

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