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Archive for May, 2010

My romantic comedy Click! is finally available on Fictionwise, and it is on sale too!  Check it out!

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Doctor’s office?  Nope.

Gyno’s office? Nope.

Used Medical Supply? Nope.

This, my dear readers, was what hubby and I found at a second hand store in Springfield MO…mixed in with all their used furniture.

Yup, those are stirrups sticking out there.  They even donated the roll of paper.  How kind.

After the laughing fit subsided, we figured that it was for the hard core do-it-yourselfer.  I know what you are thinking, but we already decided.  No takey backsies!  I found it, and I get to decide what the new owner would use it for.  I hope you found this as entertaining–and disturbing–as we did.

You may now go back to your regularly scheduled lives 🙂

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You’ve heard it all before.  Time is subjective to your situation. 

Waiting for a baby?  S L O W going and you’ll probably end up waiting an extra two weeks or so. 

Waiting for your hubby to leave in the military? SWISH, its gone and so is he.

Waiting to hear back from editors and publishers on your latest creation?  OMG, there isn’t a word in the English dictionary to describe the agonizingly slow crawl of the second hand.  I know that patience is a virtue.  It just happens to be one I’ve not been able to master.  Right now, I have no choice but to wait…

and throw myself onto the floor, flail about, and whine.

Okay, I’m good now.  When I know something, I’ll be sure to share the news here.  Trust me though, if it is good, you won’t need to log onto a computer.  I’ll be that high pitched squealing you hear in the distance.

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Just a quick note to wish all of the mothers and caregivers in the world a happy mother’s day.  I’d also like to show off the beautiful yellow roses that my own babies got me.  And by babies, I mean my 25 year old daughter and 21 year old son.  I love them so much!  Thanks for the love, the flowers, and the iTunes card 🙂

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