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LISA’S MONTHLY RANT: Happy Chaos Can Make Me Crazy!

I only have myself to blame… After all, I’m the parent, right. I should be the one who’s in control of the family schedule. And I hope you won’t think I’m shallow that I’m ranting about what I normally call … Continue reading

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Family Bucket List Series.Vol.1. Issue 3

Day 2. After breakfast, we hit the road – that is, after a short errand of picking up a Styrofoam cooler, some ice, and a case of water. The kids were intrigued by the giant cacti dotting the landscape in … Continue reading

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Family Bucket List Series.Vol. 1. Issue 2

Night 1:Scottsdale: Our flight was delayed about 1 ½ hours but we made it to Phoenix and saw my aunt, said good-bye to Noah and rented our car. Hubby upgraded to an Esplanade and we juggled our luggage, trying to … Continue reading

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Family Bucket List Series. Vol 1.Issue 1

Day 1This is the beginning of my travel log for a dream family vacation to some of our nation’s national parks. As I write, I’m sitting at the gate, awaiting a flight from BWI to Phoenix, Arizona. With me are … Continue reading

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FATHER’S DAY: Hoping It’s the Thought That Counts.

Hoping it’s the thought that counts… Happy Father’s Day to my loving husband. I had high hopes for showing my husband how much I appreciate what a great father he is to our children. Unfortunately, everything I planned this year … Continue reading

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Judging My Book By Its Cover

The past two weeks have been filled with working with my line editor and my cover artist. The manuscript is almost ready to be formatted and taken out of my hands. This will be a relief, because I think there’s … Continue reading

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THE NEW MOTHER’S DAY

When I lived at home with my mother, each Mother’s Day, I made my Mom breakfast in bed. I remember the first year I was away from my mother on Mother’s Day. I tried to figure out what kind of … Continue reading

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