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Oops! and other stream of consciousness stuff….

I made a mistake when crediting the author of “The Wrong Girl”–the book was written by Hank Phillippi Ryan, not Ms. French.  I have another of her novels on my iPod, hence the confusion.  Writing a book is hard work, obviously, and the writer generally sweats blood–a little or a lot, depending–during the creative process.  Mr. Ryan, my sincere apologies.  (Maybe you’ll feel better when I say the story was action-packed, well-written, and completely engaging.  :) I truly cared about the characters; especially Jake and Janie.  Oh, and the stray kitten was a nice touch, too.) 

I’m off to California tomorrow,

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‘Bout time I showed up!

Sorry for being M.I.A. on Friday–too many things to do, and not enough time to do them.  :)

LAST week’s winners are: Judy Eagle and Barbara Murcray–and a new go ’round starts today.  Just comment, that’s all you have to do.  Two winners–to be announced when possible because I’ll be traveling this Wednesday thru Sunday–will be selected to receive a signed book (not necessarily the latest one) AND a necklace made by my own sister, Pam.  You may remember when I offered some of her beautiful bracelets a while ago–like our other sister, Sally, Pam is a talented artist.

So where

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The stitching across the toe of a cowboy boot is called a toe wrinkle.

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