At seventy, this may be the last hotel swim ensemble I ever buy. It got me thinking about what having a lifetime supply might mean now. Continue reading Quarantine Diary 7: What a lifetime supply means at 70
Lorraine & Oliver Today in 1947 these two youngsters began their life together. They met on a blind date, set … Continue reading Permanently pressed on our hearts
Six weeks of no aesthetic services has made me realize just how high-maintenance I have become. Sure, I miss my … Continue reading Quarantine Diary 6: Five things, vanity edition
We’re still fine here in Reno. Still sheltering in place. Still limiting our consumption of news–wanting to hear what Dr. … Continue reading Quarantine Diary 5: Guilt, grandmothers, and gratitude
Since my book is about getting second chances late in life, it seems appropriate that a UK website called Kickass … Continue reading Some attention from across the pond for US, NOW AND THEN
My book. Or proof of the book anyway. On Sunday we held a little gathering of old friends to celebrate … Continue reading Look what arrived during my birthday party!
I was born on this date in 1950 at 7:07 AM. While that may seem like a long time ago … Continue reading Today is my birthday
Congratulations to Ruth Hogan on producing a charming debut novel, The Keeper of Lost Things. This is one of those … Continue reading Book Report: Finding connections through lost things