Tag Archives: Dallas

End of a Chapter

Have you ever read a book you couldn’t put down? A book with chapters you hated to end, yet you couldn’t wait to turn the page to the next chapter? In two days, with a final cross of a threshold … Continue reading

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The Joy of Eavesdropping

A few nights ago, I sat in Globe Life Park watching the Texas Rangers  play ball. It had been several years since I’d attended a professional baseball game, and there were lots of things I enjoyed: the warm summer night, the … Continue reading

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Rainbow Year

There is a Zen proverb that says: It takes both sunshine and rain to make a rainbow. 2013 was full of sunshine and rain. I’ve written about some of the events in past blog posts, and as I’ve re-read some … Continue reading

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The Storm Before the Calm

As some of you may have noted, I have not been a very good blogging girl in the last few months. My life has been a storm of activity, with marketing The Red Kimono, finishing up my term with Ozarks … Continue reading

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