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Time In My Pocket

Quarantine has changed my priorities. No, no, it isn’t anything truly dramatic, don’t worry. Just my musings as I start this short work week from my dining room table, overlooking my bright, sunny backyard. (With the air conditioner running because yeah, summer hit with the force of a Mac truck this year! P.S. – not... Continue Reading →

Tami’s Corona Thoughts

Blogging from the depths of Coronavirus 2020… I know, I know, it’s COVID-something something something, but whatever. It will forever be the Coronavirus to me, because the first thing I thought when this thing hit the mass media headlines was, “Oh man, this is either going to suck for Corona beer or it’s going to... Continue Reading →

Distracted… Until Today

I’ve been distracted, and that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Wait, I should explain, considering the distraction is this horrible virus that has altered our world in a way that was inconceivable four months ago. The deaths, the panic, the ridiculous hoarding of toilet paper, the sheer volume of information we are being pummeled with... Continue Reading →

I Hate You, March

Hi March, how are you? Okay, honestly, I don’t care, because I hate you. Yeah, yeah, I know you bring good tidings, theoretically. There’s March Madness for everyone who loves basketball or betting or cheering for the underdog. And of course, for those of us in northern climates, it’s supposed to herald the coming of... Continue Reading →

The Reluctant Wife Is Reluctant No More

Happy Release Day to fellow author and friend, Caroline Warfield! The Reluctant Wife (Just the title alone makes me want to read it) is available for your reading pleasure right now. You know you want to... It's Launch Day! Caroline Warfield is over the moon to finally be able to release The Reluctant Wife into... Continue Reading →

March Is Madness, But I’ll Be Okay…Eventually

It’s March. The worst month of the year. Which isn’t a fair assessment, generally speaking. March means spring, warm weather is coming. My dad’s birthday is in March; so is my husband’s and several other friends. St. Patrick’s Day. March Madness. Daylight Savings Time. And my son died on March 15th, last year. It’s weird.... Continue Reading →

When I Miss Him Most…

When I miss him most… When I can’t figure out something on my phone. Or my laptop. Or any computer or other electronic device. When I see a group of teenage boys walking down the street, especially when they are laughing and appear happy with life. When I see a good-looking blond man. Would he... Continue Reading →

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