“Did I ever tell you a horse once tried to eat Mom’s car?” David asked. “C’mon, my love!” Rosemary laughed. “I may not know much about ranching, but I don’t buy that. Horses eat grass, and hay and oats. I’ve even seen them nibble on fence rails, too, but not cars!” It was spring and the young couple was celebrating … More Motherhood… Full of Surprises
My friend James Murray, a fellow author and editor from San Antonio, Texas, posted the following New Year’s greeting on his website. It’s exceptional! I would not presume to attempt saying it any better… MY WISH FOR YOU IN THE NEW YEAR May peace break into your home; May thieves steal your debts; May … More Happy New Year!
To swim with dolphins. That’s all 15-year-old Tamara wanted to get from her family’s four-week visit to Australia. Tam had learned about these highly intelligent sea mammals in her ninth grade biology class. She fell in love with them. Tam felt that swimming with dolphins was reasonable compensation. After all, she had to endure long hours of … More The Dolphins at Monkey Mia
I’m pleased to tell you the story below has just been accepted for an anthology to be published in June. It’s a love story, a very personal one. Hope you like it. * He saw her name on the sign-up sheet. His heart raced. It had been like that ever since he’d seen her for the first time. … More Curling Up On Their First Date
On April 22, 2004, Judi Osborne passed away leaving behind a legacy of selfless caring for others that brought hope and courage to thousands of women throughout her own too short life. This story honors Judi’s memory, and the extraordinary example she set for all who knew and loved her during her personal … More Dragonflies & The Great Blue Heron