Welcome Readers

First, let me answer the question I’m asked most often: how do you say your last name? It’s pronounced CARE. I love that name. It’s what we all should do. Care. I’m a self-published author from the Pacific Northwest part of the U.S. where I live with my Hubby of over 40 years. I’ve loved to write my whole life, but it wasn’t until I retired that I could focus that energy into writing fiction and non-fiction books. It’s become one of the joys of my life. Each week, I post a new blog about the things I see, I do, and I remember. Please join me in my adventures. Read my books. Leave reviews. Tell your friends. Let’s have a blessed day.

Tornado Alley

I don’t claim to be a poet, but sometimes, the story must be told in a poem. I wrote one for a contest, and I’m

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Masking Up

Let each of you look out not only for his own interests, but also for the interests of others. Philippians 2:4 I HATE being sick.

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Becoming a Mother

As I’ve said before, I spent years journaling. This Mother’s Day, I took out my journals written when my children were very young and reread

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2005 Journal Entry

Last week, I talked about journaling and promised to give an excerpt from my own journal. I chose a section from what I wrote on

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Journaling Prompts

A few weeks ago, my blog covered my many years of journaling (see A Life of Journaling). This past week, I came across an interesting

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Thankful for Technology

Hubby and I are staying home these days. Our age and my asthma push us into the high-risk category for COVID-19 so prudence forces us

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Another Year Older

This past week I marked another birthday. I know age is just a number, but when consulting high risk categories for bad things, I’m toeing

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Lotta Shaking Going On

March went out like a lion, a lion getting out of a river and shaking himself dry. A strong earthquake hit southwest Idaho the evening

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The Temporary Normal

If you’re like Hubby and me, you’re stuck inside until the invisible storm dies down. From what I hear in the media, it’s dangerous outside.

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