Where to Find My Books and CDs:
Brobdingnagian Fairy Tales wrote lyrics to "Soul of a Harper"
Firefly Drinking Songs wrote lyrics to "Browncoats Keep Flyin' "
Don't Go Drinking With Hobbits CD wrote lyrics to about a dozen songs
Cafe Press store:
Networked Blogs link
Monthly Archives: May 2012
Another fruitless day. I’ve felt nasty all day, and got nothing done. I TRIED to get Sunshine to a groomer this morning, but the conflicting information I got made that a wasted trip. I have a lead on somewhere else … Continue reading
Not feeling my best today. Newell even let me sleep in. I did get most of the dishes washed, and took care of a couple of errands, but I really feel drained. I’m going to try to do some laundry, … Continue reading
Best laid plans… Today Newell didn’t feel safe driving in alone, in case he needed a driver because he had a relapse. Can’t argue with a safety issue. Besides, the car needed gas, and it was primary day in Texas, … Continue reading
I’ve been very lucky. I don’t have any family currently serving in the military, and no close friends who had to go to war. But I deeply respect the men and women who have put themselves in harm’s way for … Continue reading
Yeah, I know, I’ve already used a Willie Nelson song, but what can I say? This totally defines my mind set at the moment. So looking forward to being able to head to the grocery store, or visit my best … Continue reading
Hell. For the first time all year I missed a day. And I should have remembered after we got home from the hospital to post it… Let me start a bit earlier. Newell asked me to drive in with him … Continue reading
Still haven’t gotten out and driven yet. Been doing computer things. And washing clothes, so not a totally unproductive day. Still, I would like to have that inspection done. I should at least pop up to Cheddar’s. I was going … Continue reading
What a day it has been so far! Yikes! First of all, allergies woke me up before 7 am. To some of you, that is late morning, but for me, it is practically before dawn. Even the CATS weren’t up … Continue reading