My family went to Flume Gorge, up in the Franconia Notch State Park of New Hampshire. It's one of the coolest gorges, with walls 70-90 feet high in places, and a nature trail that continues through the mountain forest, past a waterfall and across a covered bridge. There's something magical about the place, when you're … Continue reading Journey Into Flume Gorge
You wander away from the old inn up in the mountains A chance to explore this unknown part of the landscape as the sun rises, Wandering into the forest that rolls and caresses the land’s verdant green sides. As dawn breaks, a misty damp lingers in the air Condensing sparkling dew drops on every leafy … Continue reading Lost In The Mountain Forest
Celebrating two years of blogging! Let's get started and celebrate with this Q&A, in which I answer your questions! I give a big thank you to everyone who participated. This blog wouldn't be anything without you. You've each added so much to this blog and my journey as an author over these past years. Thank you! Now, … Continue reading It’s Q&A Time! My Blogiversary Celebration Is Finally Here!
As I mentioned in July's monthly summary post, this blog's two-year Blogiversary was back in July, but I was too busy to celebrate it until now. I would like to do what two of my other blogging friends, Victoria Howell and Sara Letourneau, did for their blogiversaries: a Q&A, in which you interview me! So ask … Continue reading Ask Away! My Two-Year Blogivesary Is All About You Interviewing Me!
I just got back from a trip out to IL visiting family, and thought I would share some of the highlights with you, foremost being the St. Louis Botanical Gardens. Originally we had intended to go to the old Train Station in St. Louis, which years back was a really cool place filled with shops. … Continue reading St. Louis Botanical Gardens and The Trip!
"The Gift of a Book" Sitting here as the world goes by As you go by Nobody notices No one sees me Just a book in my hands. But I notice I see you I see the world for what it is and what it could be Because of this book in my hands. … Continue reading The Gift Of A Book
Arch-swindler Moist Van Lipwig never believed his confidence crimes were hanging offenses - until he found himself with a noose tightly around his neck, dropping through a trapdoor, and falling into...a government job?