This and That

Posted by on Saturday, June 8, 2013 Under: writing

            Doug and I and Kurtis had a speedy, but wonderful trip to Placerville. We went to present a copy of When God Makes Lemonade to Tom, Kurtis’ pediatric physical therapist of thirty years ago. “The Little Biker That Could” is published in that collection of inspirational stories and tells how Tom taught Kurtis to ride a “two-wheeler.” We had a great reunion with Tom and enjoyed meeting his wife Tina.



            As a bonus, before heading back to Oregon, we had breakfast with some very special women from my past – Christian friends from the First Baptist Church on Bee Street. The church is no longer, but the friendship and fellowship will continue for an eternity. These women have all blessed me in their own special and individual ways.
            I have received word that another story about Kurtis is being published in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Lemons to Lemonade. This book is due to release on August 13. The story, “Abandoning Anger,” is a beautiful story of forgiveness. All of the stories I write about Kurtis are included in some way in the book I have written, Infinitely Trees. While Infinitely Trees is a story about my relationship with God it deals with the lessons God taught me while I was raising Kurtis.
            We returned from Placerville just in time for the release of RAIN Magazine, 2013, which contained my non-fiction piece, “Old Growth Too.”  In this piece I compare the aging of my mother with the demise of the “Largest Sitka Spruce Tree in the United States.” It is a truly lovely and emotional piece. I had the privilege of reading it at the debut for RAINs fortieth anniversary edition.  
            I guess it is my season for nature, because I sold a short humor piece to Vista about dandelions titled “Versatile Vegetation.” It will be published next spring. 
            I had a great time interviewing “George” the African Spurred Tortoise, and his owner, Carol, for my column, “Out of the Ark.” It will appear in the June 13th edition of the Seaside Signal. 
            Now I am concentrating on writing a piece for Lend an Ear Come and Hear. I am short on ideas. Writer’s block I think. Ideas anyone… ?

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This and That

Posted by on Saturday, June 8, 2013 Under: writing

            Doug and I and Kurtis had a speedy, but wonderful trip to Placerville. We went to present a copy of When God Makes Lemonade to Tom, Kurtis’ pediatric physical therapist of thirty years ago. “The Little Biker That Could” is published in that collection of inspirational stories and tells how Tom taught Kurtis to ride a “two-wheeler.” We had a great reunion with Tom and enjoyed meeting his wife Tina.



            As a bonus, before heading back to Oregon, we had breakfast with some very special women from my past – Christian friends from the First Baptist Church on Bee Street. The church is no longer, but the friendship and fellowship will continue for an eternity. These women have all blessed me in their own special and individual ways.
            I have received word that another story about Kurtis is being published in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Lemons to Lemonade. This book is due to release on August 13. The story, “Abandoning Anger,” is a beautiful story of forgiveness. All of the stories I write about Kurtis are included in some way in the book I have written, Infinitely Trees. While Infinitely Trees is a story about my relationship with God it deals with the lessons God taught me while I was raising Kurtis.
            We returned from Placerville just in time for the release of RAIN Magazine, 2013, which contained my non-fiction piece, “Old Growth Too.”  In this piece I compare the aging of my mother with the demise of the “Largest Sitka Spruce Tree in the United States.” It is a truly lovely and emotional piece. I had the privilege of reading it at the debut for RAINs fortieth anniversary edition.  
            I guess it is my season for nature, because I sold a short humor piece to Vista about dandelions titled “Versatile Vegetation.” It will be published next spring. 
            I had a great time interviewing “George” the African Spurred Tortoise, and his owner, Carol, for my column, “Out of the Ark.” It will appear in the June 13th edition of the Seaside Signal. 
            Now I am concentrating on writing a piece for Lend an Ear Come and Hear. I am short on ideas. Writer’s block I think. Ideas anyone… ?

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Tags: ""infinitely trees"" writing 
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This and That

Posted by on Saturday, June 8, 2013 Under: writing

            Doug and I and Kurtis had a speedy, but wonderful trip to Placerville. We went to present a copy of When God Makes Lemonade to Tom, Kurtis’ pediatric physical therapist of thirty years ago. “The Little Biker That Could” is published in that collection of inspirational stories and tells how Tom taught Kurtis to ride a “two-wheeler.” We had a great reunion with Tom and enjoyed meeting his wife Tina.



            As a bonus, before heading back to Oregon, we had breakfast with some very special women from my past – Christian friends from the First Baptist Church on Bee Street. The church is no longer, but the friendship and fellowship will continue for an eternity. These women have all blessed me in their own special and individual ways.
            I have received word that another story about Kurtis is being published in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Lemons to Lemonade. This book is due to release on August 13. The story, “Abandoning Anger,” is a beautiful story of forgiveness. All of the stories I write about Kurtis are included in some way in the book I have written, Infinitely Trees. While Infinitely Trees is a story about my relationship with God it deals with the lessons God taught me while I was raising Kurtis.
            We returned from Placerville just in time for the release of RAIN Magazine, 2013, which contained my non-fiction piece, “Old Growth Too.”  In this piece I compare the aging of my mother with the demise of the “Largest Sitka Spruce Tree in the United States.” It is a truly lovely and emotional piece. I had the privilege of reading it at the debut for RAINs fortieth anniversary edition.  
            I guess it is my season for nature, because I sold a short humor piece to Vista about dandelions titled “Versatile Vegetation.” It will be published next spring. 
            I had a great time interviewing “George” the African Spurred Tortoise, and his owner, Carol, for my column, “Out of the Ark.” It will appear in the June 13th edition of the Seaside Signal. 
            Now I am concentrating on writing a piece for Lend an Ear Come and Hear. I am short on ideas. Writer’s block I think. Ideas anyone… ?

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Tags: ""infinitely trees"" writing 
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This and That

Posted by on Saturday, June 8, 2013 Under: writing

            Doug and I and Kurtis had a speedy, but wonderful trip to Placerville. We went to present a copy of When God Makes Lemonade to Tom, Kurtis’ pediatric physical therapist of thirty years ago. “The Little Biker That Could” is published in that collection of inspirational stories and tells how Tom taught Kurtis to ride a “two-wheeler.” We had a great reunion with Tom and enjoyed meeting his wife Tina.



            As a bonus, before heading back to Oregon, we had breakfast with some very special women from my past – Christian friends from the First Baptist Church on Bee Street. The church is no longer, but the friendship and fellowship will continue for an eternity. These women have all blessed me in their own special and individual ways.
            I have received word that another story about Kurtis is being published in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Lemons to Lemonade. This book is due to release on August 13. The story, “Abandoning Anger,” is a beautiful story of forgiveness. All of the stories I write about Kurtis are included in some way in the book I have written, Infinitely Trees. While Infinitely Trees is a story about my relationship with God it deals with the lessons God taught me while I was raising Kurtis.
            We returned from Placerville just in time for the release of RAIN Magazine, 2013, which contained my non-fiction piece, “Old Growth Too.”  In this piece I compare the aging of my mother with the demise of the “Largest Sitka Spruce Tree in the United States.” It is a truly lovely and emotional piece. I had the privilege of reading it at the debut for RAINs fortieth anniversary edition.  
            I guess it is my season for nature, because I sold a short humor piece to Vista about dandelions titled “Versatile Vegetation.” It will be published next spring. 
            I had a great time interviewing “George” the African Spurred Tortoise, and his owner, Carol, for my column, “Out of the Ark.” It will appear in the June 13th edition of the Seaside Signal. 
            Now I am concentrating on writing a piece for Lend an Ear Come and Hear. I am short on ideas. Writer’s block I think. Ideas anyone… ?

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Tags: ""infinitely trees"" writing 
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This and That

Posted by on Saturday, June 8, 2013 Under: writing

            Doug and I and Kurtis had a speedy, but wonderful trip to Placerville. We went to present a copy of When God Makes Lemonade to Tom, Kurtis’ pediatric physical therapist of thirty years ago. “The Little Biker That Could” is published in that collection of inspirational stories and tells how Tom taught Kurtis to ride a “two-wheeler.” We had a great reunion with Tom and enjoyed meeting his wife Tina.



            As a bonus, before heading back to Oregon, we had breakfast with some very special women from my past – Christian friends from the First Baptist Church on Bee Street. The church is no longer, but the friendship and fellowship will continue for an eternity. These women have all blessed me in their own special and individual ways.
            I have received word that another story about Kurtis is being published in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Lemons to Lemonade. This book is due to release on August 13. The story, “Abandoning Anger,” is a beautiful story of forgiveness. All of the stories I write about Kurtis are included in some way in the book I have written, Infinitely Trees. While Infinitely Trees is a story about my relationship with God it deals with the lessons God taught me while I was raising Kurtis.
            We returned from Placerville just in time for the release of RAIN Magazine, 2013, which contained my non-fiction piece, “Old Growth Too.”  In this piece I compare the aging of my mother with the demise of the “Largest Sitka Spruce Tree in the United States.” It is a truly lovely and emotional piece. I had the privilege of reading it at the debut for RAINs fortieth anniversary edition.  
            I guess it is my season for nature, because I sold a short humor piece to Vista about dandelions titled “Versatile Vegetation.” It will be published next spring. 
            I had a great time interviewing “George” the African Spurred Tortoise, and his owner, Carol, for my column, “Out of the Ark.” It will appear in the June 13th edition of the Seaside Signal. 
            Now I am concentrating on writing a piece for Lend an Ear Come and Hear. I am short on ideas. Writer’s block I think. Ideas anyone… ?

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Tags: ""infinitely trees"" writing 
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