Monthly Archives: March 2008

Seventeen years ago

On Friday Nick celebrated his seventeenth year with a heart transplant. I remember starting the journey with the fear, it was a large one, that Nick would not live to be a teenager. In a few weeks he will be nineteen years old. … Continue reading

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Perfect birthday gift

A nine hour drive in the middle of the night. What was perfect about that you ask? Well, it was the people I was with. My children have gotten so old that we no longer sit down to dinner together … Continue reading

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10 Great Things about a Heart Transplant

10. Meeting people I never would have. 9. Seeing a future for my child.  8. Being mad because Nick want listen -normal for a teenager. 7. His smile.  6. Every birthday.  5. Sounding smarter than I  am about a medical subject.  4. Family trips. 3. Laughter.  2. … Continue reading

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Final Revisions

It is exciting to read the final, final, final manuscript of a book. Just to think that the next time you read the material it will have a cover and have come off a shelf. It is an amazing journey to go on … Continue reading

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Plotting Party

Don’t try to say that three times fast. Two romance writers and I got together to plot one of our books. It was great fun and very productive. The creative juices flowed and ideas flew around the room. It gave us each … Continue reading

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