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A Poem in honor of Dr. Maya Angelou

                      A Poem in honor or Dr. Maya Angelou “And in response to all the violence against women” And God said, Here is a companion for you. Made from your … Continue reading

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My Daughter’s Poem

My daughter wrote a poem for me on Mother’s Day and I am teary eyed!! On Mother’s Day I hope you do not expect a love story, a tale of lullabies and tenderness. That is not what stuck with me. … Continue reading

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Federal Bureau of Magica Creatures

I am most proud to announce that I and my fantasy creatures Stenhjaert the dragon Xylon the little guy and all his many descendants Silvio, Meneka, Kaempie and Reuben the wizards Hacatine the evil sorceress queen Promise the good half-sorceress … Continue reading

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Live Bold as a Butterfly

Live bold as the butterfly. Why is it one can fear change? Do we wake in terror to the rising sun, each new and glorious day. Does the shifting axis that places us under new stars insight despair? Is it … Continue reading

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A to Z M is for Mermaids!

As with all legendary creatures, Mermaids have a unique culture in many different countries and folklore. Some of the stories are from Greek mythology. Others are eye witness stories from sailors’ tale. I would hate to rattle off data about … Continue reading

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Altered is HERE

Before I start my A to Z on Leprechauns (oh I love the dears!!) I’m going to interrupt the daily programming with a word from our sponsor. (Me.) Today my brand new book Altered was launched. I am really, really … Continue reading

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What is Blue?

Too see blue… If I told you the sky is blue it would be a lie refraction deceives the eye. But the smell of the sun coming over the horizon warming the beads of dew on tiny blades of grass … Continue reading

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