Monthly Archives: August 2014


Enough. A wonderful post from Jane Wilson. Read it…enough said!

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Summer haiku

Having finished up working on Adam’s memoir, My Life in the Cleveland Zoo, Rob and I have gotten back to checking out our garden. What we have found is a few ripe buttercup squash, cucumbers aplenty, small and large, and … Continue reading

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Quicky; life: No Candy Coating

One of the many poems by JulesPaige…she really puts jewels to pages; check out all of her poetry blogs.

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The Pedometer Geek’s Book Reviews

Originally posted on The Pedometer Geek's Book Review:
Having received a fair number of Advanced Reader Copies, AKA ARCS, of recent books through giveaways, this will become the spot for my extended reviews of each. So far, check out…

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Pictures of the Past: A Review

I have been fortunate to read some of the newest books available through giveaways sponsored by Shelf Awareness and Goodreads. The latest one that I have finished reading is Deby Eisenberg’s Pictures of the Past. Here is my extended review … Continue reading

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Cinquain, and a small stone

A couple of poems…the cinquain is about our experience in the capitol of New Zealand; the other is a small stone about a young girl I saw at Cedar Point. Cinquain Auckland All traffic stops People, like ants, scurry Left, … Continue reading

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A Wedding by Dawn: A Review

Another Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) I was privileged to receive through a Shelf Awareness giveaway was a historical romance novel, A Wedding by Dawn by Alison DeLaine. Here is my extended review. A Wedding by Dawn By Alison DeLaine Published … Continue reading

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My camp experience

Being at camp? Technically, I have never been a camper at a real camp. My older sister went to church camp, I remember…and even liked it, I believe. (Actually, she got the chance to do most things first, and if … Continue reading

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July Read’s of a pedometer geek

I have mentioned before I am a pedometer geek, but I am also an avid reader. My New Year’s resolutions reflect both of these proclivities. First off, I have a goal of putting 10,000 steps on my pedometer each day. … Continue reading

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Sevenling (cedar waxwings…)

This is my first attempt at a sevenling, a poetry form introduced to me by Ron L. It is subject to revision. Cedar waxwings nosh in the service berry tree Jays of blue swoop down for peanuts Canna lilies’ nectar, … Continue reading

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