Category Archives: storms

What’s In The Woods

Last year’s fall in our Ozarks Above right the debris from a storm is clearedSitting in my office, my back is to double windows that look out onto thick, dense woods. The shaggy bark hickory, oak of all varieties and … Continue reading

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Raindrops are finally falling on our head

This post will have to be short but sweet. Must get off line. Thunderstorm and electricity popping on and off. Hope everyone has a great day blogging. I’m off to town to doctor’s office, then to a writer’s meeting with … Continue reading

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Celebrate the Fourth In Style

Our annual family Fourth celebration lit up the skies in the Ozarks. Our grandson, Daniel, put on as close to a commercial show as I’ve seen. But we began around 5:30 with grandson’s band who entertained while everyone gathered. Twelve … Continue reading

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The Good Old Days

The Way We Lived A few weeks ago when I posted my new writing schedule and became organized, I knew there would be some happenings that might disrupt my plan. Last Sunday night at 10:30 p.m.Mother Nature combined with an … Continue reading

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