A Bit (More) About Me #2

Via Cee's Share Your World for Monday, 8/27/18 Q:  Do you prefer eating foods with nuts or no nuts? A:  I am not picky, and I love to eat.  I like nuts in foods in which they taste good, which is most of them, and I don't like nuts in foods in which they don't … Continue reading A Bit (More) About Me #2

Thoughts on 3 Books #2

Hello friends, fellow Bloggers, virtual neighbors all!  I've been a busy bee and away from my beloved blog for far too long and am pleased as punch to be back.  Y'all can bet your tender vittles I've been reading all the while, though, and now I'm gonna tell you all about it.  Lemme just jump … Continue reading Thoughts on 3 Books #2

Thoughts on 2 Books #5

As I'm sure y'all have noticed, I haven't had much time for blogging lately.  But you can bet yer sweet bloggin' patooties I've been doing plenty of reading.  Here's what I think about my two most-recently completed books. Rendezvous with Oblivion: Reports from a Sinking Society by Thomas Frank I rated it 2 of 5 … Continue reading Thoughts on 2 Books #5

Thoughts on 2 Books #4

Wolves of the Calla (The Dark Tower V) by Stephen King I rated it 5 of 5 stars, "it was amazing", on Goodreads and shelved it as alternate reality, epic fantasy, favorites, fiction, modern fantasy, novel, post-apocalyptic, sci-fi, & series.  You can read the synopsis by clicking the title above. Being a lifelong Stephen King … Continue reading Thoughts on 2 Books #4

Experiencing Technical Difficulties

My Internet access is currently compromised.  But for the generosity of a neighbor, I wouldn't have had the opportunity to post this.  I am deeply disappointed to announce that, until my access is restored, I will be unable to post to my blog.  If y'all haven't heard from me within the next week or so, … Continue reading Experiencing Technical Difficulties

Home Again

Image courtesy of Etsy.com The cross-stitch sampler shown above was prominently displayed on the wall of my maternal grandparents' kitchen in their home, Windy Hill, in Argo, Alabama.  From 1980 through 2006, their secluded, rural, mountaintop estate, with its 5 acres of rolling hills and planted fields, was my favorite haven when I needed a … Continue reading Home Again