Monthly Archives: October 2008

Twenty-six Years

That’s a long time, but in some ways it has been a short time. Today, my husband and I are celebrating our 26th wedding anniversary. I couldn’t even begin to list the amount of stuff we’ve lived through together during those … Continue reading

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If you can see

  If you can see a picture of my books on a shelf you know that I’ve learned to do something new on my computer. It has only taken a week and step-by-step instructions to accomplish it, but worth it … Continue reading

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Congential Heart Disease

Friday I was on a panel of experts at a meeting of doctors and concerned professionals at the Center for Disease Control in Atlanta working to help families who have children being born or have been born with congenital heart disease. I was amazed at … Continue reading

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My Books on a Shelf

I saw Nick’s New Heart on a book store shelf for the first time the other day. It was a thrill. There they were at eye level just as I came in the door. I had an ooo-ah moment. There set a dream … Continue reading

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Book-a-thon

Today, I went to Gainesville to participate in a book-a-thon. For twenty-four hours, every hour on the hour for an hour at the Hall Book Exchange someone was invited to read to anyone who wished to listen . A percentage of books  proceeds were donated … Continue reading

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Flu Shot

Yesterday morning three of my children and I went to the local health department for a flu shot.  Everyone in our family must have a flu shot because Nick is a heart transplant patient. We were there at 7:20 for the 7:30 opening. I was pretty sure … Continue reading

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A nice call

Today I got a call from a friend that was out in Portland, Oregon. She and I see about serving a meal to the family when a person in our church dies. We hardly ever call each other except when we have a … Continue reading

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Lucky

I blogged earlier about meeting new people while at the Moonlight and Magnolia conference. One of those people happen to be Lynne Marshall. She was doing a workshop on revisions. I happened to get the assigment to moderate her workshop. I considered myself very … Continue reading

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Letters for Nurses

I was asked, along with others who had been touched by transplantation to write a brief note to be included in a book that would be given to each of the nurses attending the International Transplant Nurses meeting in St. … Continue reading

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Moonlight and Magnolia Conference

I spent the weekend at the Georgia Romance Writers annual Moonlight and Magnolia conference. This year I went as a worker bee. I made no plans to pitch any of my books. Didn’t need to, just need to send them out. … Continue reading

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