Memories

WHERE THERE’S TEA, THERE’S HOPE!

Thinking about how we survive life’s slings and arrows. Also how we cope with success and achievement. All those things, in my life at least, involve a cup of tea. Or perhaps coffee, but tea seems to possess the power of panacea and celebration both. Coffee is the workhorse, tea is the reward. I am …

ADVENTURES OF AN ORDINARY LIFE

  I’d left a tired marriage in a foreign country after many long years and had headed back home to British Columbia’s lush and gorgeous forests laden with massive ferns and wild flowers, cedars, firs, pines, birch, you name it. The woods I grew up in on Vancouver Island had claimed my heart and soul …

LOVE THAT NEVER DIES

Who hasn’t stood under a starry sky at least once when they were young and wished upon a star for their soul mate? The search for the love that never dies is inherent in our genes, in the most primitive reaches of our mind and brain. Not to mention, our heart. In our energy field …

CHRISTMAS AT SOLSTICE PUBLISHING…

A Winter Holiday Celebration   Solstice Publishing proudly presents these offerings from our extremely talented authors. Each has created an upbeat story celebrating holidays all around the world. And those authors themselves are an international group. Settle in and discover these fabulous tales about many holidays coming to all countries, all nationalities.   https://youtu.be/9Hzyad5sG24

DON’T YOU KNOW…THAT I’VE FALLEN IN LOVE WITH YOU…who can resist these words?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y8DYhhSDNRc Here’s one of my life’s favourite songs…forgot about this song for years and years. Last night as I was putting away the clean laundry, the words “Don’t You Know” flashed into my brain and I started to sing this wonderful song. My poor dog had to listen to it for about three hours before …

IS WRITING ADDICTIVE?

As my second novella, SACRED TRUST, moves toward the printer now, a frisson of anxiety is buzzing around my brain. I have planned to take a few weeks off from writing to practice a little oil painting, which I’ve totally neglected while dealing with my first two books since last September when PAGAN FLAMES was …