Dinner Time!

Tonight is steak dinner night, my favorite! My husband Jimmy loves to spoil me. As his sous chef, I take my position at the cutting board; he heads to the garden outback with a pair of scissors. We need fresh herbs for the morel mushroom sauce. I pulled the handle of the potato drawer down by my feet and reached for the half-empty sack hidden inside, putting it on the counter next to the cutting board....

Through Mimic’s Eyes

Photo by Skitterphoto on Pexels.com I wanted to be as far away from her as I could. Her stillness and grey complexion made me queasy. There was a faint shadow of darkness hovering above her. It was barely visible now. It had been fading since she was taken away by the paramedics, that was last …

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8 Lessons I Learned Failing My First Podcast

Photo by Tommy Lopez on Pexels.com Running a podcast is not easy, even though it sounds pretty straight forward. If you don’t have a plan going in, you’re not likely to get beyond one or two episodes, and you aren’t likely going to get many listeners. These are the lessons I learned by failing my …

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4 Ways Writing Relieves My Anxiety

Emotions are finicky things. Over the years, I have found my go-to method for dealing with my roller coaster emotions is to put pen to paper.   Anxiety is not fun to deal with, as you have probably already figured out. There are many things I have tried over the years to help me alleviate the …

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