Monday, December 20, 2021

The Season of Joy


Choosing Joy

I've learned in my nearly 60 years that joy is a choice sometimes rather it be during an every day occurrence or a Holiday.

It's been a rough year for me, in fact a few.  I've been tired without knowing exactly the reason and times of extreme pain.

I discovered I had a tumor recently which was removed and it had a lot to do with my illnesses.

My firstborn daughter and family moved to VA nearer where I live. We got to spend Christmas for the first time with my Son-in-love and two Grandsons.

We had Christmas early this year so everyone of us could be a part of it and a few new friends as well.

Something amazing happens when I'm with my kids and grands.  I choose joy and everything else seems to disappear for awhile. 

I don't know what the future holds but I'm spending this new energy writing as much as I can. 

Pray you have the very best Christmas and a joyful season ;) 










Saturday, October 23, 2021

HOAX By Leanna Sain

Hoax (Amelia Island Suspense Book2)


Soon-to-be bride, Lacey Campbell, discovers a secret just days before her wedding causing her to doubt everything she's always believed about her family.

When her strange premonitory dreams begin again - visions of snarling canines and dangerous Inuit Knives - past experience tells her that danger isn't far behind.  With her police-chief fiancĂ©, Ford Jamison, she struggles to preserve her famous grandfather's legacy while searching for a possible claimant to his estate.

As she pursues the truth, she risks losing everything - her future with Ford, her precious restaurant, Black Pearl and even her life.  Can she escape the peril, outwit her hidden adversary, and reveal the biggest Hoax of all?

  By Leanna Sain

My Author friend Leanna Sain is at it again with her 2nd book in the Amelia Island Suspense.  Can't wait to check this one out.  Amazon is taking preorders now with a release date of November 16th.

Thursday, September 2, 2021

It's been a while


What a year this has been.  The thing which took the wind out of my sails was my youngest daughter above and little granddaughter were in a terrible accident in January 2020.

Each were in separate hospitals with serious injuries.  I did a lot of praying.

My little granddaughter liked to help take my Christmas decorations down.  I promised her in the hospital I would keep my artificial tree up till she could come next.

Little did I know it would be months before that happened.  I was so thankful each had healed completely.

In the end we all laughed and decided to put a sheet over it and enjoy it again the next year.

My grandsons thought it rather ghostly on Halloween.

As soon as they all left I promptly removed the sheet and it was Christmas once more.

The photo above was taken about that time.

Thank you God :)