Monthly Archives: December 2014

2014 in review

Hey, everyone! The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys were kind enough to put together a 2014 annual report for my blog. These numbers wouldn’t have happened without each of you, so I wanted to share this with my deepest and most … Continue reading

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Next Year

Three… I close my eyes. Two… I take a deep breath. One. “Happy New Year!” I plaster a smile on my face and cheer along with my children and grandchildren. My two year old granddaughter, Addy, snuggles into my lap.

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Ten Questions for a Fictional Character: Jannet Oakley of For a Life

*Spoiler Alert!!!!* This post contains information about my story For a Life. If you haven’t read this story, click here before continuing on. Jannet smiles weakly as I take a seat beside her hospital bed. “I’m so happy you’re here. … Continue reading

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For a Life

Closing my eyes, I inhale. “Count down from 100, Mrs. Oakley,” the surgeon says. “100, 99, 98…” Falling into the arms of the sedative, I realize I, Jannet Oakley, am finally outdoing my sister, Melody. I know that’s a little … Continue reading

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