Monthly Archives: March, 2019

Birthday Bicycle

My great-grand son, Gunnar, shares the same birthday date as I do, so we get together each year to celebrate.   A few days before our date, his dad called to ask if he could store a bicycle he purchased for Gunnar in my garage.  I asked him to also buy a helmet and that would …

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March 20th, Spring

First day of spring and the first early crocus opened its face near the foundation on the south side of my house. Snow is still piled high in the yard but quickly melting. The Montana sky is a bowl of the bluest of blues with snowy alpine mountains circling the valley. Summer is on its …

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Birthday Greetings

I In the mail this morning, three birthday cards arrived. The card on the right is from my older sister full of all her sisterly love. The middle card is from my younger sister who is an artist and with her loving hands painted me a fun flower card.  The one on the left is …

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Encouragement by a Reader

About the time I get discouraged with a story I am writing, I get a five star review on Harbored Secrets like this new one today. I had to share it. Marie Martin is a masterful writer! March 1, 2019 Format: Kindle EditionVerified Purchase This book was exquisite! The story spans a time period of …

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