When my oldest daughter became sick this past week with a respiratory illness, we were a little concerned that she might have the coronavirus. Fortunately, my sister has put together a Covid-19 regimen for such a moment.
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I had the chance to go rafting down the Colorado River, and we had a great time. You need to do this!
Many readers have asked why my books are not in the KU program. Here’s the short version of why!
Every since I created the Unbounded and their unusual way absorbing nutrients from the world around them, I’ve been torn between wishing I had that ability and being grateful that I’m not running for my life from Emporium agents and Hunters.
My husband and I had the opportunity to snag some ultra-discounted tickets to go see his mother in Portugal. That doesn’t happen every day—usually we have to save for years. But this was too good to pass up, especially since we had a couple prescriptions we needed to fill that I’d heard cost a lot […]
I usually work in my office, but on the days when I’m feeling cold, a little under the weather, or just want a change, I shake things up.
This New Year on January 1st, my husband, my two youngest, and I celebrated by building snowmen in our back yard.
Since my oldest son moved to Austin, Texas, I’ve developed an interest in the city. I love the architecture and especially Lady Bird Lake and the Colorado River. They also have great brisket and pizza!
Now that it’s freezing cold where I live, I’m thinking fondly of our vacation this past summer in Portugal. Come see what we love about the Costa da Caparica!
One of my favorite things to do when in Portugal is to walk around the old part of Lisbon.