Thanks to a neighbor’s message, I knew these two gentlemen were on their way for a visit. When first spotted, one was in the back and the other was on the side of my house. Charlie barked low, a warning that didn’t seem to alter the path of these beauties. They stopped to snack onContinue reading “Two Bull Moose Stopped By”
Monthly Archives: December 2019
Last Night to Light-the-Lights with Charlie
Here, Charlie admires the beauty of the menorah. Each night, as we add a candle, the warmth and magic grow. Charlie wanted to be part of the celebration each night and made a point of posing for a picture or two. Here he seems to be smiling in the glow of the candlelight.
This was my first year using Instagram. If you look at this #Top9, it appears that my entire year was related to Aliana Reaches for the Moon and books. I’m surprised that pictures of Charlie, sunrise, animals, or anything else didn’t even make an appearance.
Wordless Wednesday 12/25/19
Sunrise and Morning Moon
Solstice into Hanukkah
Yesterday was the shortest day of the year. With this morning’s sunrise we look forward to the lengthening of daylight hours and tonight Hanukkah begins.
Staff Meeting For the Birds
Morning staff meeting geese gather on frozen pond No decisions made.
Free – Everyone likes free, right?
My publisher has been offering a variety of ebooks for free this month including mine which will be available as a free download on Amazon through tomorrow. Please download, read, and review. So far I haven’t gotten any additional reviews, but other authors have. 🤷🏼♀️ The book is also available for free shipping (US only)Continue reading “Free – Everyone likes free, right?”
Wordless Wednesday 12/18/19
An author in the Spotlight
Tomorrow, I’m honored to be featured in the Children’s Books Spotlight Series which shares stories of authors and illustrators. You probably enjoyed the Last full moon of the decade and I’ve shared many other moon photos in my blog over the years. I’ve learned through many readers how strong an impact the moon has onContinue reading “An author in the Spotlight”