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A Shoebox House, Written by Rhonda Phelps

Coming in January: Finding a Spark when the Stakes are High  It’s rare to find a date the organic way. Cyber-dating is the fad of the century, but it wasn’t what I expected when I signed up on Match.com. I had heard raving reviews about people on dating sites nurturing relationships, meeting their match, and… Read More ›

You can change the world… one week at a time

(Photo by William Earl Thornton) This morning I was reflecting on the past week and decided to share  my thoughts. I have a friend who is a veteran, a Desert Storm survivor. We talk on the phone about once a week and I am always amazed at what he has to say. I usually listen… Read More ›

It’s the little things…

I texted some of my friends a photo of a page stamped with my new “Copy” stamp for work this morning. It said, “I am so excited about my new ‘copy’ stamp! It’s the little things…” One of my friends commented “Cool! It is the little things. That’s why I love you.” Awwww… my heart… Read More ›

A Children’s Story – “The Adventure of Tonna and Shanna” #6 (final)

I wrote this story when I was 10 years of age. My Mother saved it for me, a treasure from my childhood. As a child, I created the characters, story-line, plot and the locations. It is a story about horses, adventure, heroes, villains, friendship… and much more.  I will be sharing the chapters on my… Read More ›

A Children’s Story – “The Adventure of Tonna and Shanna” #3

I wrote this story when I was 10 years of age. My Mother saved it for me, a treasure from my childhood. As a child, I created the characters, story-line, plot and the location. It is a story about horses, adventure, heroes, villains, friendship… and much more.  I will be sharing the chapters on my… Read More ›

Majik in Montana – Dog Rescue – From a dog’s point of view

  Hi, my name is Majik. I was rescued from a high-kill shelter in San Bernardino CA in September 2014. My Mom found me on Facebook and fell in love with me. I live in Montana now with my new Mom and furr-family. When my Mom saw me this is what I looked like (below)…. Read More ›

A Children’s Story – “The Adventure of Tonna and Shanna” #2

I wrote this story when I was 10 years of age. My Mother saved it for me, a treasure from my childhood. As a child, I created the characters, story-line, plot and the location. It is a story about horses, adventure, heroes, villains, friendship… and much more.  I will be sharing the chapters on my… Read More ›

What’s in a Picture… Can you see it with my Words… ? #2

The first thing that catches my eye is the bright yellow logo just below his left elbow, on the arm of his basic gray sweatshirt. He is leaning slightly to the left, using his arm to brace himself on the mahogany wood table. His elbow and upper left bicep rest casually on a forest green… Read More ›

A Children’s Story – “The Adventure of Tonna and Shanna” #1

I wrote this story when I was 10 years of age. My Mother saved it for me, a treasure from my childhood. As a child, I created the characters, story-line, plot and the location. It is a story about horses, adventure, heroes, villains, friendship… and much more.  I will be sharing the chapters on my… Read More ›

Words just don’t get enough credit…

A word that you use over and over again that is not a “real” word, may end up in the dictionary. The dictionary is “a users manual for communication”, as sited by Merriam-Webster. Who knew that “LOL” (laughing out loud) would achieve dictionary status? I wasn’t expecting the meaning of “SIC”, but it rang true…. Read More ›

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