Tag Archives: Daughters of Persephone by J. R. Barrett

A Couple Days Off.

Sorry.  I’m still not back in the swing of things – I’ve missed you and I’m pretty dang sure I’ll find a new normal.  I’m taking the next day or two off to get a few things done.  However, by … Continue reading

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It’s been weird, to say the least.

You’ve all been so nice.  Thanks.  I mean it… thanks. Dad’s not out of the woods yet.  As my husband reminds me, baby steps.  He’s had a few setbacks, but overall he’s making progress. I headed home early this morning, … Continue reading

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Praying for rain and other stuff.

The county pest man told me once we have our first drenching rain I’ll be able to go outdoors again.  Avoiding yellow jackets has become a complicated business.  I can now imagine how awful a peanut allergy is! Since I’m … Continue reading

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Kiss ‘em goodbye.

I love this quote: “Writing fiction is a solitary occupation but not really a lonely one. The writer’s head is mobbed with characters, images and language, making the creative process something like eavesdropping at a party for which you’ve had … Continue reading

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