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April 30, 2018

Pecan pie is part of celebration or a happy time for me. I know it’s full of sugar, but a small slice once a month won’t undo my life. Pecan pie means gatherings and joy to me.

Sharing my pecan pie recipe at the end of this blog.

Giving or receiving recipes. It’s a eustr...

April 23, 2018

This one tree is symbolic for many people of the resurrection of the Christ. A cross is in the blossom. It usually blooms in early April, around Easter.

Admittedly, I heard the dogwood story as a child. It’s memorable.

When I was in my thirties, I noticed how the dogwood...

April 16, 2018

Again, here I am, seven years later, asking myself: What was this cancer thing about?

I was a mental health counselor for 20 years, so I am wired to ask such questions. When anything disturbing happens (personal or global), there’s the question again: What is this or th...

April 9, 2018

I have done the dishes, folded laundry, baked a casserole, opened and closed the door for the dogs umpteen times. I am Queen Busy. I do this when I’m trying to figure something out.

I’ve made the decision to share a poem here from Women, Resilient Women, my new book.

But...

April 2, 2018

What is this about?

I probably go to lunch with one of my friends twice a month. I couldn’t care less about where we go, how fancy it is, or what we eat. But, I want it to be semi-quiet, so we can hear what is being said.

#1. It’s fun to go to lunch. It’s a time to laugh...

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