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To Market, To Market

To Market, To Market

The weeks and months flew by and it is market time again. Several years and maybe ten books ago, I started regularly having a table at my local farmer's market. I now fill it proudly with thirteen titles and hope to add two more before the season ends. ( The ANNEthology and Such a Winter's Day) I rise early on Saturday mornings and join the other vendors at the Kingston Farmer's market from 8:00 until 1:00. The seasonal market opens in May and runs until the end of October. I started out in the vendor's hall but for the last few years I have been set up inside what used to be (before Covid ) a packed dining room serving hundreds of breakfasts every week. I have made such good friends in that place and so appreciate being beside Linda who I call my service vendor. I now look across at...

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Sitting in the Joy

Sitting in the Joy

I am sitting at my desk on this rainy ,grey March day and many thoughts percolate in my somewhat foggy brain. I love a stay home morning and the quiet solitude that allows me to unpack and process a few things. I have already listened to a few William Prince songs to...

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What About Ireland

What About Ireland

I took a break from writing a few minutes ago and looked back at some of my recent blog entries. I landed on an entry I wrote shortly after getting back from London and the Cotswold's in April and realized I did not blog about our December trip to Ireland. I want to...

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Christmas Letters and Funeral Parlors

Christmas Letters and Funeral Parlors

I am back to work today after a Christmas break and trying to get my head around getting back to the story I am working on. But before I do I feel the need to write a blog entry and unload a bit. The two topics in my title have been on my mind and in my heart for the...

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On a Dublin Street

On a Dublin Street

We have been to Ireland and back and we are full of stories! We saw such amazing landscapes and were in awe of cliffs, fields, rivers and the roaring sea. We entered castles of grandeur and ruin, pubs rich with history and character, hotels of luxury and cottages of...

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Get Outside

Get Outside

I love November as much as any of the other months that make up the year. I love the seasons as each one brings its own beauty and gifts when we choose to receive them. Yesterday I spent an enjoyable day cleaning. Now for some that might sound strange but I view...

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I Do Love a Book Club!

I Do Love a Book Club!

As an author I have been invited to several book club gatherings. It is always so nice to meet with readers who have taken the time and put their energies into buying and reading your book. Having been a member of a book club in the past I realize that the book is not...

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