This is my jam-packed, joy-filled life. It’s exhausting, but blissful.
Well that was fun! I have six new winners to share with you today. The first to spin out of Rafflecopter wins a signed print version of The Viscount of Maisons-Laffitte, and the next five to pop out win an e-version of my book. Congratulations to Sasha Maple Jones (I love that name) for winning the signed copy, and to Jacqueline… Read More
Here’s a nice light post with a few photos for you. Starting with the spring carnival at school. Juliet came along for the ride, though she’s a big girl in junior high now. William’s class dressed as the birds from Rio (no good picture because he only had one wing and he whipped off his costume as soon as he could). Gabriel’s… Read More
Considering I’m living through major construction, I’ve been pretty zen about the whole thing. I’m zen about the noise and invasion of privacy. I’ve been zen when the hired hands didn’t secure the tarp well enough to endure the wind-rain storm and we had to put pots and pans on the rug to catch the leaks sprouting in the ceiling…. Read More
I know it’s not been that long since I last posted, but it seems like ages. It’s a long stretch for me anyway. I’ve not been low on ideas, but I haven’t had the desire to write. It’s probably, at least in part, due to the fact that I’m madly (still) working on the final draft for my memoir. You know… Read More
We spent time outdoors gardening on Veteran’s Day. Our kids had friends over and Matthieu and I did some manual labor, recorded here with some uninteresting photos, dulled by fall weeds and dead leaves. It’s hard to make a garden look good in the fall, isn’t it? Except for a few bright spots. The first thing I focused on was our peach tree… Read More