Browsing Archive: March, 2011

Update!

Posted by Karen Hessen on Wednesday, March 23, 2011, In : Kurtis 
I have been working diligently on the manuscript for Infinitely Trees. It is coming along.

I took Kurtis to the podiatrist last week for an evaluation of the pain he has been having in his foot. The doctor referred us to physiatry for additional tests but thinks Kurtis may be in for more surgery. (This is the foot disabled because of child abuse.) My goal for the immediate future is to keep Kurtis working. He loves his job and does not want to lose it or be unable to do it. It took him nine ye...
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St. Patrick's Day

Posted by Karen Hessen on Thursday, March 17, 2011, In : writing 

I thought  you might enjoy seeing this photo taken of me reading at Lend an Ear last Saturday. I was reading the children's story, The Tail of Scrappy Doo.  This was my first attempt at writing a children's story.  Scrappy Doo is fiction but is based on a toy dog Tina had as a child. Scrappy Doo was a very special toy and we're sorry that he got lost over time.

I have my corned beef and cabbage cooking in the Crock Pot. We will wake up to the seductive Irish aroma tomorrow morning. This is the...


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Infinitely Trees

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, March 11, 2011, In : Infinitely Trees, 
I have been working on the book proposal for Infinitely Trees. Finally, It is finished and emailed to the potential publisher. Now two months of nailbiting while I wait to hear.

My uncle, Sid, passed away in San Diego over the weekend. My sister and I had a wonderful visit with him in September. His death was not a surprize but it still leaves a hole in my heart. Sid was a Christian and I know that he is waiting by the gate for his loved ones. Our pastor often says that this life here on earth...
Continue reading ...
 

Lend an Ear, Come and Hear

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, March 4, 2011, In : writing 
I'm excited about reading at the "Lend an Ear, Come and Hear" event on Saturday, March 12.

For this family friendly event, sponsored by Writers in the Grove, I have written a children's story, "The Tail of Scrappy Doo."  This is my first children's piece. I am pleased that the jury accepted it for inclusion in the program. 

When my daughter, Tina, was a young child and her father and I were having a tough time financially, I made her a stuffed dog named Scrappy Doo. Scrappy Doo became her favor...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Browsing Archive: March, 2011

Update!

Posted by Karen Hessen on Wednesday, March 23, 2011, In : Kurtis 
I have been working diligently on the manuscript for Infinitely Trees. It is coming along.

I took Kurtis to the podiatrist last week for an evaluation of the pain he has been having in his foot. The doctor referred us to physiatry for additional tests but thinks Kurtis may be in for more surgery. (This is the foot disabled because of child abuse.) My goal for the immediate future is to keep Kurtis working. He loves his job and does not want to lose it or be unable to do it. It took him nine ye...
Continue reading ...
 

St. Patrick's Day

Posted by Karen Hessen on Thursday, March 17, 2011, In : writing 

I thought  you might enjoy seeing this photo taken of me reading at Lend an Ear last Saturday. I was reading the children's story, The Tail of Scrappy Doo.  This was my first attempt at writing a children's story.  Scrappy Doo is fiction but is based on a toy dog Tina had as a child. Scrappy Doo was a very special toy and we're sorry that he got lost over time.

I have my corned beef and cabbage cooking in the Crock Pot. We will wake up to the seductive Irish aroma tomorrow morning. This is the...


Continue reading ...
 

Infinitely Trees

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, March 11, 2011, In : Infinitely Trees, 
I have been working on the book proposal for Infinitely Trees. Finally, It is finished and emailed to the potential publisher. Now two months of nailbiting while I wait to hear.

My uncle, Sid, passed away in San Diego over the weekend. My sister and I had a wonderful visit with him in September. His death was not a surprize but it still leaves a hole in my heart. Sid was a Christian and I know that he is waiting by the gate for his loved ones. Our pastor often says that this life here on earth...
Continue reading ...
 

Lend an Ear, Come and Hear

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, March 4, 2011, In : writing 
I'm excited about reading at the "Lend an Ear, Come and Hear" event on Saturday, March 12.

For this family friendly event, sponsored by Writers in the Grove, I have written a children's story, "The Tail of Scrappy Doo."  This is my first children's piece. I am pleased that the jury accepted it for inclusion in the program. 

When my daughter, Tina, was a young child and her father and I were having a tough time financially, I made her a stuffed dog named Scrappy Doo. Scrappy Doo became her favor...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Browsing Archive: March, 2011

Update!

Posted by Karen Hessen on Wednesday, March 23, 2011, In : Kurtis 
I have been working diligently on the manuscript for Infinitely Trees. It is coming along.

I took Kurtis to the podiatrist last week for an evaluation of the pain he has been having in his foot. The doctor referred us to physiatry for additional tests but thinks Kurtis may be in for more surgery. (This is the foot disabled because of child abuse.) My goal for the immediate future is to keep Kurtis working. He loves his job and does not want to lose it or be unable to do it. It took him nine ye...
Continue reading ...
 

St. Patrick's Day

Posted by Karen Hessen on Thursday, March 17, 2011, In : writing 

I thought  you might enjoy seeing this photo taken of me reading at Lend an Ear last Saturday. I was reading the children's story, The Tail of Scrappy Doo.  This was my first attempt at writing a children's story.  Scrappy Doo is fiction but is based on a toy dog Tina had as a child. Scrappy Doo was a very special toy and we're sorry that he got lost over time.

I have my corned beef and cabbage cooking in the Crock Pot. We will wake up to the seductive Irish aroma tomorrow morning. This is the...


Continue reading ...
 

Infinitely Trees

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, March 11, 2011, In : Infinitely Trees, 
I have been working on the book proposal for Infinitely Trees. Finally, It is finished and emailed to the potential publisher. Now two months of nailbiting while I wait to hear.

My uncle, Sid, passed away in San Diego over the weekend. My sister and I had a wonderful visit with him in September. His death was not a surprize but it still leaves a hole in my heart. Sid was a Christian and I know that he is waiting by the gate for his loved ones. Our pastor often says that this life here on earth...
Continue reading ...
 

Lend an Ear, Come and Hear

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, March 4, 2011, In : writing 
I'm excited about reading at the "Lend an Ear, Come and Hear" event on Saturday, March 12.

For this family friendly event, sponsored by Writers in the Grove, I have written a children's story, "The Tail of Scrappy Doo."  This is my first children's piece. I am pleased that the jury accepted it for inclusion in the program. 

When my daughter, Tina, was a young child and her father and I were having a tough time financially, I made her a stuffed dog named Scrappy Doo. Scrappy Doo became her favor...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Browsing Archive: March, 2011

Update!

Posted by Karen Hessen on Wednesday, March 23, 2011, In : Kurtis 
I have been working diligently on the manuscript for Infinitely Trees. It is coming along.

I took Kurtis to the podiatrist last week for an evaluation of the pain he has been having in his foot. The doctor referred us to physiatry for additional tests but thinks Kurtis may be in for more surgery. (This is the foot disabled because of child abuse.) My goal for the immediate future is to keep Kurtis working. He loves his job and does not want to lose it or be unable to do it. It took him nine ye...
Continue reading ...
 

St. Patrick's Day

Posted by Karen Hessen on Thursday, March 17, 2011, In : writing 

I thought  you might enjoy seeing this photo taken of me reading at Lend an Ear last Saturday. I was reading the children's story, The Tail of Scrappy Doo.  This was my first attempt at writing a children's story.  Scrappy Doo is fiction but is based on a toy dog Tina had as a child. Scrappy Doo was a very special toy and we're sorry that he got lost over time.

I have my corned beef and cabbage cooking in the Crock Pot. We will wake up to the seductive Irish aroma tomorrow morning. This is the...


Continue reading ...
 

Infinitely Trees

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, March 11, 2011, In : Infinitely Trees, 
I have been working on the book proposal for Infinitely Trees. Finally, It is finished and emailed to the potential publisher. Now two months of nailbiting while I wait to hear.

My uncle, Sid, passed away in San Diego over the weekend. My sister and I had a wonderful visit with him in September. His death was not a surprize but it still leaves a hole in my heart. Sid was a Christian and I know that he is waiting by the gate for his loved ones. Our pastor often says that this life here on earth...
Continue reading ...
 

Lend an Ear, Come and Hear

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, March 4, 2011, In : writing 
I'm excited about reading at the "Lend an Ear, Come and Hear" event on Saturday, March 12.

For this family friendly event, sponsored by Writers in the Grove, I have written a children's story, "The Tail of Scrappy Doo."  This is my first children's piece. I am pleased that the jury accepted it for inclusion in the program. 

When my daughter, Tina, was a young child and her father and I were having a tough time financially, I made her a stuffed dog named Scrappy Doo. Scrappy Doo became her favor...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Browsing Archive: March, 2011

Update!

Posted by Karen Hessen on Wednesday, March 23, 2011, In : Kurtis 
I have been working diligently on the manuscript for Infinitely Trees. It is coming along.

I took Kurtis to the podiatrist last week for an evaluation of the pain he has been having in his foot. The doctor referred us to physiatry for additional tests but thinks Kurtis may be in for more surgery. (This is the foot disabled because of child abuse.) My goal for the immediate future is to keep Kurtis working. He loves his job and does not want to lose it or be unable to do it. It took him nine ye...
Continue reading ...
 

St. Patrick's Day

Posted by Karen Hessen on Thursday, March 17, 2011, In : writing 

I thought  you might enjoy seeing this photo taken of me reading at Lend an Ear last Saturday. I was reading the children's story, The Tail of Scrappy Doo.  This was my first attempt at writing a children's story.  Scrappy Doo is fiction but is based on a toy dog Tina had as a child. Scrappy Doo was a very special toy and we're sorry that he got lost over time.

I have my corned beef and cabbage cooking in the Crock Pot. We will wake up to the seductive Irish aroma tomorrow morning. This is the...


Continue reading ...
 

Infinitely Trees

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, March 11, 2011, In : Infinitely Trees, 
I have been working on the book proposal for Infinitely Trees. Finally, It is finished and emailed to the potential publisher. Now two months of nailbiting while I wait to hear.

My uncle, Sid, passed away in San Diego over the weekend. My sister and I had a wonderful visit with him in September. His death was not a surprize but it still leaves a hole in my heart. Sid was a Christian and I know that he is waiting by the gate for his loved ones. Our pastor often says that this life here on earth...
Continue reading ...
 

Lend an Ear, Come and Hear

Posted by Karen Hessen on Friday, March 4, 2011, In : writing 
I'm excited about reading at the "Lend an Ear, Come and Hear" event on Saturday, March 12.

For this family friendly event, sponsored by Writers in the Grove, I have written a children's story, "The Tail of Scrappy Doo."  This is my first children's piece. I am pleased that the jury accepted it for inclusion in the program. 

When my daughter, Tina, was a young child and her father and I were having a tough time financially, I made her a stuffed dog named Scrappy Doo. Scrappy Doo became her favor...
Continue reading ...
 
 
 
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