In the golden age of personal blogging, each of my posts elicited numerous comments. Now, I'm happy to see three or four. I've fallen into that blog comment laziness myself, so I can't complain. Today, because I appreciate their efforts immensely, I'm highlighting the three women who currently hold the top three comment totals on… Continue reading Kudos to these top commenters!
Whether you're reading fiction or writing it, what you're actually doing is daydreaming. I've always been a daydreamer. Fortunately, I was smart in school and very competitive, so I got my work done fast before letting my mind wander. I also had artistic talent, so I was allowed extra time to create. And though neither… Continue reading Sanctioned Daydreaming
I’m alone—in a quiet house—today, so I ate leftover chow mein for breakfast. That’s the sort of wild and crazy thing I do when left to my own devices. My youngest son, Daniel, is visiting from Nebraska and took some of the family to the Cincinnati Reds game in Oakland today. I stayed home to care… Continue reading Chow Mein for Breakfast