March is Women’s History month so I am going to focus my Writer’s Quote Wednesday quotes on women authors. This week I visited with Maya Angelou. Continue reading “Writer’s Quote Wednesday – Maya Angelou”
This week has been like Christmas week for me. I started out the week watching a live podcast on Sunday from the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate of Getting to the Point with Senator Cory Booker and yesterday was Super Tuesday. And, let’s not forget the Republican debate tomorrow night.
If you’ve read my About Me page, it should come as no surprise that I was up well past midnight texting with friends also caught up in the races held on Super Tuesday. There were really no surprises except maybe that Marco Rubio finally won a state (Minnesota where Trump came in third) and what came out of candidates mouths after the votes were counted.
Thanks to Colleen over at Silver Threading for facilitating this weekly community event. Continue reading Writer’s Quote Wednesday – William Howard Taft
New Year’s Eve and January bring with them the age-old dilemma of whether to make resolutions or not. Most years I opt out. I fall into the camp of why torture ourselves – resolutions are self-defeating behavior. Continue reading “Writer’s Quote Wednesday – Thomm Quackenbush”
With just hours left to 2015, I like this analogy by V.C. Andrews. As the clock strikes midnight, we can … Continue reading New Year’s Eve
Merry Christmas to you and yours. Continue reading Merry Christmas
This quote by Dr. Seuss is perfect for this time of year. People rushing here, there and everywhere to purchase Christmas presents. Sometimes it seems that Christmas is sheer commercialism. Continue reading “Writer’s Quote Wednesday – Dr. Seuss”