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Cowgirls for Hope

I hosted the 2nd Annual Cowgirls for Hope Retreat at my house the end of June. For years I talked about hosting an event like this. Then several years ago I met Melody Biehl in Spokane raising money for her non-profit Because There is Hope. A friendship sparked right away as we both strive to […]

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Water, Health and Healing

I feel like a whirlwind came in and rearranged my house, heart and mind. How many disasters and crisis can one person or family have (in our case a string of them crashing into our family over three weeks’ time)? A leak by the clothes washer and a sound like the croak of a frog […]

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Coming Soon: Heart of Passion

Spupaleena nodded walking briskly to her stallion. The fringe on her dress swung back and forth as if being shook by a badger. She said a quick prayer for everyone as she went. She looked up to see Hahoolawho standing in her path. God help me, she prayed. Spupaleena will do nearly anything to make […]

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In Difficult Times, There Is Hope.

In difficult times, the end of the tunnel can be dark and dank. But there is always a friend down the path leading to the barnyard. I rode my Paint Tobiano today and he just blessed me. I walked down into the field to round up my meager remuda. After rubbing all 4.6 of them […]

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Author’s Notes My Next Big Thing

I’ve been invited to participate in the Next Big Thing blog series, in which authors get to describe what they are working on right now. I was invited to participate Donis Casey, who posted her own Next Big Thing last week at http://www.doniscasey.com. Then at the end of this blog, I’m tagging other writers who […]

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Inspiration

How does God inspire you? Through music or a daily message? Through humans or animals? I’m inspired by my American Paint Horse. I love all things horse. Bucks Superwind was the inspiration of the stallion in my Heart Trilogy named Sampson. When I have a hurried day, when nothing seems to be going my way, […]

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Craft Fairs: Fun or Folly for Authors?

Craft Fairs Fun or Folly for Authors? What a craft fair! This past weekend I was a vendor at my high school Craft Fair. Go Bears! I haven’t been back since I graduated in 1983. But then again, I went to the old school and now there stands a gorgeous new school, which was surely […]

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