I almost didn’t finish this book, but I’m so happy I stayed with it. Amy Chelsea Stacie Dee By Mary G. Thompson ©2016 Publisher: G.P. Putnam’s Sons Pages: 292 Another book without Acknowledgements – I’m not a fan of that. Genre: YA, Mystery First Person POV Present Tense My first thoughts with the writing were… Read More Review Amy Chelsea Stacie Dee
Lists I Love, Part One: The Ten Commandments I’m a list lover so I figured “why not share some of my favorite lists of all time?” starting with the Ten Commandments. A little background: I believe in God. I’m not some psycho religious fanatic like Carrie’s mother (Stephen King’s book, Carrie). I do try to… Read More Lists I Love, Part One: The Ten Commandments
Put the phone down, don’t call S.W.A.T., let me explain.
We all have those people in our life that run late, constantly, incessantly, annoyingly late. Like everyone, I struggle to call these people out. I don’t want to hurt their feelings. Today, I’m laying out the problem with lateness. If it changes just one late person’s ways, I feel that’s an accomplishment. If it just… Read More The Non-P.C. Talk About Lateness
So I endured a bout of Sciatica right around Christmas. I will say muscle relaxants and pain killers make for a very low-stress Christmas. Outside of that, Sciatica Sucks!
I’ve struggled with blog posts over the years. I’ve tried to follow guidelines for building readers. I tried writing in a niche: writing about writing. Writing what I know – customer service, parenting (even though there’s no gauge that says any parent is doing it right). A few times I let random things pop in… Read More Just Go For It
The Odd: I think it’s the “again” that makes me snort. Maybe “reporting party” should ask neighbor to share vet, food, and grooming costs?