THE HEALTHY BEVERAGE Coffee’s good for many things, according to reports:It stops a headache fast as any meds.Science tells us that it can protect from heart diseaseAnd certain kinds of cancer hold in check.Neurologists have proven coffee quickens brain responseAnd stress and tension it can help release.It’s nice to know my favorite bev’rage is soContinue reading “Coffee Is A Poem – Day 4”
HOW TO SPELL COFFEE C is for the comfortThat comes from every cup.O for turn the switch ‘ON’ — leave it there.The first F is for fragrance;The aroma is unique.The second F for friends with whom I share.The first E is for eatingSomething yummy with each cup.The last E for erase: Gone are my cares!
BY THE POT Drinking coffee by the cup is fineIf my day is going well,And works getting done on time.But lately I’ve been having quite a lotOf days when I need coffee by the pot. A cup or two a day is pretty norm.And that satisfies my soulWith its fragrance rich and warm.But days thisContinue reading “Coffee Is A Poem – Day 2”
How about a week of coffee poems? Are you up for that, Readers??? Well, I need to lighten my mood this week, and coffee does that for me. So get ready for 7 days of “Coffee Is A Poem.” HAPPY PLACE The mornings now are frosty;A nip is in the air.My favorite month — OctoberContinue reading “Coffee Is A Poem – Day 1”
Holidays are just around the corner!The new HAPPY HOLIDAYS PLANNING JOURNAL IS READY FOR YOU! Individual sections for Thanksgiving, Advent, Christmas, and The New Year: Pages and pages of helpful categories. Scriptures; Meditation and Prayer pages. Pages to list decorations that you have and the ones you need to purchase. Pages to listContinue reading “Happy Holidays Planning Journal 2020”
Just a teeny-tiny update for those of you who have been following my progress and cheering me on toward the completion of book # 5 in my Smoky Mountain Novel Series: Book # 5 — This Fire In My Heart — has crossed the finish line! We’re currently ironing out a few last details aboutContinue reading “Book # 5 Has Crossed the Finish Line!”
Most of my friends know that I have a great love for lighthouses, and several years ago, two of my best friends, Roy and Donna Manasco, came across a small print of a painting by Steven Sundram, “Sureal Moments,” which focused on a lighthouse standing as sentry over a vast expanse of beach during aContinue reading “The Author Adventures # 3”
People often ask me where I get ideas for my novels, and they also like to know the “behind-the-scenes” details of the actual writing. So periodically I share some of those details — especially the ones that I found personally enjoyable or that helped me grow as a writer. The writing of Quenton’s Honor taughtContinue reading “The Author Adventures – #2”
There’s a quote floating around out there among writers and readers that says, “Every book you’ve ever read is just a different combination of 26 letters.” I don’t know where it came from originally. I’ve searched the Internet for a reference, but found none. However, I know that quote is true. And this past week,Continue reading “The Author Adventures – # 1”
Persistent breeze, Pressing on trees, Playing with branches, Tickling leaves. Not a wind: Not hard or mean, Nothing threatening. Quite crisp and clean. Lying at pause, Like a pup at rest, Or a dormant wave Before driven to crest, This playful breeze Turns off and on — Dances with branches And then is gone. ButContinue reading “Playful Breeze”
These days there are a lot of people out there who need to spend some time smoking a peace pipe instead of screaming, cussing, and wreaking havoc on others.