I awoke this morning with something or rather someone on my mind and heart – my neighbor. She is a tiny lady in her eighties attends yoga classes regularly, and enjoys … Continue reading Good Fences Make Good Neighbors
Lately, I have been thinking about my seniors during my last year that I taught in high school. A few weeks ago, a Facebook Friend posted that right after college she began her teaching … Continue reading Thinking Back, I wonder What Happened to . . .
Is it me, or did we just have an “uneventful blizzard” where we didn’t have extensive power outages, down trees or other devastation? So now we can use the time … Continue reading An Uneventful Blizzard?
It’s time now to begin the next semester, spring semester. I have often wondered why the spring semester begins in the winter and why it is called spring when we … Continue reading A Nice Surprise
During the months of September, October, November, and part of December, there was so much ugliness. We had people taking the lives of others, taking their own lives, ISIS, and … Continue reading My Class Did a Video!!!
Last summer I was given a wonderful opportunity to give a presentation on dialogue. I will give another presentation on dialogue this Wednesday at Montgomery College.
What’s happening to this country? There seems to be so much violence in the news lately where people get into fights and take the life of another; where people are angry … Continue reading Am I Losing This Country I love so Dearly?
My Rockville Writers Group is in the process of putting together our very own anthology. This is a project that I have had in mind for the group for quite sometime. … Continue reading The Rockville Writers Group
Blessings and Curses may be the title of my new novel. When you read or hear Blessings and Curses what comes to your mind? Let me know please.
I did an interview a few weeks ago about my novel, That Ever Died So Young. In discussing my characters, I identified one whom I really liked. Martin Milner, Kathryn’s father, … Continue reading A Loving Character
In my novel, That Ever Died So Young, the idea of the home for run-away teens came from heart breaking news that a student told me when I asked about … Continue reading Tent City
The other day I had an ocassion to take a walk along the bike and walk trail that is mentioned in my novel, That Ever Died So Young. Being a … Continue reading The Bike and Walk Trail