The mountain views on the way to town are stunning, but what I really love is coming home.
How did this happen? I should be the boss of me, not some crazy bird!
We’ve been away from Stillwater nearly a month–much too long for me, and for Chloe, too. But we’re finally back, and happy to be home.
A photographic post on a busy writing day, featuring snow, a big dog, snow, a little dog, and snow.
How to Wrangle a Cowboy was chosen as an Amazon Best Book of the Month in the Romance category!
Today is the day! Shane and Lindsey are free at last, released into the bookstores, the e-readers, and the minds of readers to live out their story like they’re supposed to: in your imaginations, not mine!
“How to Wrangle a Cowboy” is a Romantic Times TOP PICK!
The thought of my dad coming back as a stately, dignified owl warmed my heart in an unexpected way.
I’m a woman, a writer, a reader, and a friend. I’m a dog-crazy, wilderness-walking nature nut. I’m many things, and being a “breast cancer survivor” is pretty far down on the list.
Every once in a while, even recluses like me have to adjust the angle of the sun on our metaphorical feathers so we can fly another day.
The fall foliage is fading, but I saved some for you!
I tramped uphill, intent on photographing fall color, knowing it would glow against the dark, damp earth. But I was hijacked, as always, by the little things–the tiny plants that are recolonizing our damaged forest.
I have the best alarm clock in the world, and great coworkers, too!
It’s actually COLD at Stillwater this morning! It’s just over 50 degrees and overcast, so there’s no sun shining into the sunroom to heat warm my bones. I know, I’m a big sissy. 50 degrees is nothing! But it’s a reminder that winter is coming, and with it the snow, the wind, and the […]
For a long time, I’ve been telling myself I should keep an online diary of life here at Stillwater. We’ve lived here a couple of years now, and while our lives are quiet, they’re full of little moments of magic and peace, plus occasional adventures with wildlife. For those who don’t know me, here’s some background. In […]