Monday, August 31, 2015


Where would we be without a passion (mine is writing; thanks Jellyfish Press for hearing my 'pitch' and requesting my entire manuscript for consideration during the League of Utah Writer's Annual Conference), and family? I enjoyed both recently.

Sunday, August 23, 2015

AUGUST 21st and 22nd

What a grand couple of days.
It all began with a text and picture of grandson Tyson's successful bow hunt:
Later that afternoon at the Crossley home we so enjoyed the backyard wedding of our grandson, Terryn and Sarah. There wasn't a dry eye in the crowd when he bent down to little Rowan, placed a locket around her neck and promised to always be here for her too.
The joy of the wedding was our entire conversation into Cache Valley (tried to find where we might see the deer, but no luck) to spend some quality time with sister Jean. She always provides a great hotel for us. Coffee and tea on her deck Saturday morning with much needed conversation was super.

We made a quick stop at HASTINGS after brunch at ANGIE's to check on my book sales. Success, only two left on the shelf. Thanks readers.

Then the TOPPER, was at Sky View High for Joe's 50th reunion. He even sang out loud to a 1965 era song during the program that longtime friend/classmate, Michael Bankhead, presented. The classmates he most wanted to see attended, so he had a great reunion.