Tuesday, May 26, 2015

New phone today

I got a new phone today. It's a good thing, but it's also traumatic. Trying to figure out how to use things, new functions and ones comparable to the old phone will take some time. 《sigh》

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

The Magnolia Supper Club giveaway

Today, I was given the opportunity to be a guest blog poster on the site by fabulous author Lyn Cote. Thanks, Lyn, for letting me share on your site!

The Magnolia Supper Club is featured in THE SINGLE DAD FINDS A WIFE.

In addition to the post at Lyn's blog, there's a free drawing going on. You'll have go to bit.ly/gRCEBN to see what I'm giving away and what it has to do with the supper club!

Sunday, May 10, 2015

Thursday, May 7, 2015

The irises are blooming!

Spring has officially arrived at my house where the irises are blooming!
I've been watching the buds grow wondering which day the flowers would bloom. Would they wait until Friday - my birthday! - or a few days earlier? I walked out the front door Tuesday and gasped as I do each and every year at the beauty of nature's gift.
The whites are in a small bed near the front door. The purples are in a bed that rings the crape myrtle tree.
Irises are a beautiful birthday week gift each year!

Sunday, April 26, 2015

On the bookshelves!

"The Single Dad Finds a Wife," my new Love Inspired novel, is now on store shelves. Here's a photo from the Tabb Walmart in Yorktown, Va.
Where have you spotted it? Take a pic of you reading the novel and post here.
At the end of May, I'll pull a name and send the winner a goodie bag.
Post your picture and a note below.

Saturday, April 25, 2015

Wedding bells ringing?

A friend in Iowa emailed me saying "You didn't tell me!" Imagine my surprise to see a bridal shower invitation in my name. :)

No, I'm not getting married. It's a demo for Walmart stationery that happens to sort of have my name on it. (Note the Felica spelling.) But how funny is that?

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Happy Earth Day 2015!

Today, April 22, is Earth Day. Do something, even if a little something, to help sustain this planet we call home.

Need some ideas?

Plant native flowers or plants.

Pick up trash on your street.

Join or volunteer with your local clean city board or commission.

Take a class or workshop on sustainability.

Plant a tree.

Reduce. Reuse. Recycle

Use reusable bags and totes instead of plastic.

If we all do something, we can make good thing happen today and for the future.