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I write sweet and inspirational romances and romantic suspense novels for Harlequin Love Inspired Suspense, Simon and Schuster, Howard Books, and Tule Publishing Group. I love to interact with readers daily on Facebook and Instagram.
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May 14, 2015

Spring Planting!

Wow, I can't believe it's already May! We didn't really have a winter here in Oregon. At least here in the Willamette Valley.  Everything is blooming, along with the allergies. Ugh!
Not to fear. I'm duly medicated and ready for planting.  So I have this space in front of my house that needed to be redone. So the hubby and I, well really the hubby, pulled all the old plants out and readied the space for new plants. I had this great blank space to work with.

Okay does anyone else have that Taylor Swift song playing in their head?

Anyway, so off to Gardner's Choice we went.
After much searching and debating, we finally filled the space and I really love what we did.

I hope you're having a wonderful spring. And in case you need something to read, Duty Bound Guardian is still available.

1 comment:

  1. Without knowing the backstory of Clapton's son's death inspiring such a beautiful lyric of loss, one would underestimate the depth of grief packed into the poetry. As romantic lyric-- which it is entirely possible to be interpreted-- it is quite ordinary, indeed, bordering on the sentimental, but as a grieving father's vision of a dead child it is exquisitely, and most achingly sublime. And this is also a grown man's psychological response to loss that is irreparable.
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