While people back East are praising the arrival of spring, Las Vegas was hit with rain, snow, and hail. It was glorious! We took a brief break from school to run outside and enjoy it. Middlest: Mom, the rain is funny. It’s floppy. Me: That’s hail, darling. It’s something magical in a life that has become rather routine lately.
This was so much fun! Nikki Nelson-Hicks, Mark Greenbaum, Mark Steinwachs, R.D. Sherrill, RJ Keller, Danielle Bannister, and I show you what writing life is really like. This was a great little project during quarantine and I’m so happy to take part in it. Also, my kids would like you to know that they are famous because they’re on an Internet … Read More
Jimmy Kimmel was taping in Las Vegas this week, and we scored tickets. First we waited in this line to get into the parking garage. It took over an hour to park. I was listening to the Re-Solved Mysteries podcast, which is very cool if you can get past the extreme Valley Girl vocal fry. Then we waited in this … Read More
I can’t tell you how much I love Copper Cat Books! They’re a great new bookstore in Henderson. Friendly, quirky, the place smells amazing, and the owners are so much fun. Tim Chizmar and I did a signing there in October, and it was a great time! Please join us tomorrow, Saturday December 8th and Sunday, December 9th for the … Read More
Totally dressed up. I’m the cock of the walk. Eggsellent! And some other horrible puns.
My first concert was Heart’s Bad Animals tour when I was seven years old. I’ll forever be thankful that my dad was cool enough to take me. They’ve been one of my favorite bands forever. So when Ann Wilson preformed on Fremont Street, I was all over that! Her voice is so incredible. I always wanted to sing like Ann Wilson … Read More
I can’t tell you what a delightful Friday morning this was. Enjoy!
You decide. I’ve never seen our toys look so serious.
I closed my computer and walked away for a minute. And what did I come back to? The most delightful Lego Disney tea party ever. My girls simply went wild. Needless to say, writing took a back seat and we played instead. Sometimes kids know when we need a break. 🙂
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