Monthly Archives: February 2013

Humour in the face of pond scum

http://barbtaub.com/2013/02/25/thanks-for-the-2-million-mr-hague/comment-page-1/ Dear friends and family: Please take a moment to check out the above link. Not only is Barb a funny and talented writer, she has a warning for all those too naive to know better. If something sounds too … Continue reading

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Blah. Winter. Writing frustration. And update on Maple.

When the snowbanks beside your driveway are taller than your tractor, you’ve got to say to yourself, “I’ve had enough of this nonsense.” Frank loves his John Deere. He’s had it for over thirty years.  It blows snow and cuts … Continue reading

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God and Gravol

I don’t travel well. Automobiles, planes, boats; as soon as I get on board any of them, I miraculously renew the faith that sometimes eludes me. I pray constantly. I talk to God, make deals with Jesus, and promise to … Continue reading

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Failure is not fatal.

How do you define success? Take this picture on your left (please try to ignore the lack of apostrophes. Apparently dogs are lousy with grammar); The blinds are wrecked, the windows will need cleaning and there will be pillow cases … Continue reading

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What to do, what to do?

It’s a mystery to me what I’m going to do with the mystery I’ve written. Here is my dilemma; my book is done. It has a beginning, middle, and end. It has interesting characters, all kinds of conflict, and a heck … Continue reading

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