Monthly Archives: October 2011

Original Fiction–The Hangin’ Tree

Happy Halloween!  With all the attention, time, and fiction I devote to Christmas, I feel like I’ve been neglecting my second favorite holiday.  So, even though I haven’t composed something new for today, I hope to start a new tradition … Continue reading

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At my store, I sell makeup.  One entire wall of the store is devoted to it.  Covergirl, Maybelline, Revlon, L’Oreal, Rimmel, Neutrogena, Sally Hansen, you name it—thousands of items, categorized by brand, use, color, and any other way the manufacturers … Continue reading

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Shiloh Revisited

I spent the week working in lovely Savannah, Tennessee, with some equally lovely people.  Surrounded by such scenery, and being so close to the Shiloh Battlefield, I felt compelled to take a few pictures:

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A few years ago, when I was undergoing treatment for cancer, I was one of three people from my church of about the same age who were doing so. The other two, Susie and Jen, were battling breast cancer, and I … Continue reading

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