May 26, 2013 In honor of Memorial Day, I want to share a story from NPR’s STORYCORPS about two Kentucky moms of fallen soldiers who connected through a letter. Both lost their sons during Desert Storm. Their sons didn’t know each other. Lue Hutchinson’s son, Tom Butts, was killed on the final day of the […]
Archives for May 2013
Matthew’s “Right Writer”
MatthewMatthew’s ‘Right Writer’ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ While listening to NPR on my morning commute, I heard about Warren Buffet’s contest for kids: Grow Your Own Business…and his Secret Millionaires’ Club. (The later is his cartoon series where he imparts valuable financial lessons to kids.) Nearly 4000 kids, ages 7 to 16 submitted their entrepreneurial ideas for a chance […]
Sign the petition
May 20, 2013… Would you kindly take a minute or two to log into http://wh.gov/t95i and sign The White House Petition for common sense postal reform. The issues are clearly stated there. 100,000 signatures are needed by May 24, 2013. Each family member must log in individually to be counted. Please take the time to add […]
Love Your Mother!
May 12, 2013 In addition to celebrating your Mom and other nurturing women friends in your circle…remember: Mother Earth. The Native Americans have a saying, “May your feet kiss the Earth with each step.”
National Food Drive this Saturday
May 7, 2013
The Writing Master in paper!!!
May 5, 2013 I am so pleased to announce that The Writing Master is, at long last, coming out in paperback TODAY!!! Hip, hip, hooray! Yes, I downloaded the e-book version and wandered briefly, into the 1850’s with the story, but call me “old-fashioned,” I like a book as a companion I can carry with […]
Mother’s Day Reminder!
May 9, 2018 Whether it’s been a while or just recently, now’s the time to think about sending Mom a card or note. Mother’s Day is May 13th. Sure, you can send flowers and take her out to dinner, but a card with a few personal lines written by you will be a keepsake. Look […]