Mar 22 2017

From the Back Nine: Cripes, I have gripes | Sequim Gazette

Wednesday March 1st, 2017 | OPINION This morning when I woke up, I was Andy Rooney. Well, OK, maybe Annie Rooney. I have spent the day bemoaning the way things are when any fool can plainly see the way things should be. Gripe one I remember when brain neurons fired together to bring up a …

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Mar 06 2017

From the Back Nine: Online Dating for Seniors| Sequim Gazette

Wednesday February 1st, 2017 | Opinion Since Valentine’s Day will soon be upon us, I thought I’d point out that romance can still be in the air even if you are older than granite. You just have to remember how. I became a widow after 36 years of marriage. Five years later, I joined a dating …

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Jan 13 2017

From the Back Nine: The age of cuteness | Sequim Gazette

  Wednesday November 2nd, 2016 | OPINION This is not a column about golf. For all of you wearing pants in bad plaids or mistaking this for the sports page, I apologize. This is a column of viewpoints and observations from someone on the back nine of life. I have reached the age when I …

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Jan 13 2017

From the Back Nine: ‘Tis the season | Sequim Gazette

Wednesday December 7th, 2016 | LIFE At this time of year you find many handy tips and happy how-tos for holiday decor and gift giving. The following list is one compiled by someone who no longer feels the need to be a right jolly old elf. After many decades of experience with Christmas, here are …

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Jan 13 2017

From the Back Nine: ‘Look out!’ ‘Yikes!’ ‘We’re doomed!’ | Sequim Gazette

Wednesday January 4th, 2017 | OPINION By now I trust most of you have recovered from your New Year celebrations. You may have even broken your resolutions already. Congratulations on holding out for so long. My resolution this year is the same as the year before and the year before that: I WILL QUIT WORRYING …

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May 10 2016

SILENCE

There are no voices in my head at the moment … Bear and Lily and Eunice and all my other characters seem to be taking a vacation. My innards appear to be shifting around like tectonic plates and I am trying to listen. So what’s going on? Damned if I know. But here are three …

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Apr 09 2016

GLASSY EYED

My friend Earl and I visited the Chihuly Gardens in Seattle. This day trip involved car, boat, cab, monorail, shank’s mare. That may be why we both look like refugees from a tour bus in the free photo taken at the garden. Hey, free. It also involved a love of glass and a sense of humor. Dale …

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Apr 03 2016

LEARNING TO LET LOOSE

I have a spotlight blog here today at storyfinds.com. It is about how blogging has made me a better writer. Learning not to flinch. Here is an short excerpt: So I blogged about sex. And fear of fatness. And being a widow. And bankruptcy. And cancer. Personal stuff like that. I got better at it …

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Mar 29 2016

CUPS AND PUPS

For a fun interview at Coffee with A Canine take a look here. Yep it’s all about Dotty and me. You will have to guess which is which!

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Mar 26 2016

IN PAPERBACK. AT LAST.

At long last, I have published Fun House Chronicles in paperback. Here are the top five reasons why: To see just what a techno-butt I can be when working with formats that are a simple challenge for the rest of the world. I have a strong emotional connection to the subject matter. You can read …

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