Happy St. Patrick’s Day

March 17, 2014


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Happy Valentine’s Day

February 14, 2014

Teddy Bear

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Spontaneous Haiku XIV

February 1, 2014

Early morning rise
Really? It’s a Saturday
I might as well surf

~by Bonnie Ferguson

Happy 2014!

January 1, 2014

Here’s to a New Year filled with love, laughter, & wishes come true! :toast:

Happy Holidays

December 20, 2013

May your burdens be light and your joy limitless in this merriest of seasons.

Copper Bells

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Christmas Cheer

December 15, 2013

It’s been a few months since the move and I’m loving my new town. People are friendly and festive. It seemed everyone from the people at the grocery store to the staff at the hospital were in costume for Halloween. And the downtown is ready for Christmas in charming style. Took a walk at night a few weeks back and the streetlamps were decorated with Christmas lights, everything from candy canes, stars, snowflakes, and Christmas trees.

It was lovely. :xmascarol:

And I have several ideas waiting in the queue on the writing front, which thrills me to no end.

TV Talk

November 23, 2013

I’m loving this fall TV season. The returning shows that are already part of my viewing schedule have been fantastic and, of course, there are some new favourites. The top four I look forward to are:

Sleepy Hollow
Witches of East End
Almost Human
The Blacklist

All Hallows Eve

October 31, 2013

Happy Halloween to one and all!

Headless Horseman

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October 14, 2013

Happy Thanksgiving to my fellow Canucks.


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Slow & Steady

September 9, 2013

I’m still trying to establish a new routine now that the move has happened. Much as I’d like to, I can’t do everything all at once. It’s a bit of trial and error in terms of figuring out what fits and what doesn’t anymore. I was on the penultimate edit of my manuscript when I put it aside to make the move. I’ve come to the conclusion that I need to emulate the tortoise from the fable and take the slow and steady wins the race approach. It’ll be quicker, and better, in the long run. :type: