We had almost 30 inches of rain from Hurricane Harvey. Not as much as some, but more than enough. This last week we have had at least one rain shower every day. Nothing to get excited about, but my hay field is pretty and green. Continue reading “Pitchfork and Pen—The State Bird of Texas”
I am so honored to belong to the Yoakum Literary Club, a group that has been in existence since December, 1902. Since becoming a member, I have read some works that I probably would not have ever picked up myself. Everything on the schedule has been marvelous! Continue reading “Pitchfork and Pen—A Turkish Beauty”
I live in a very rural area by choice. In Texas, some call acreage the size of ours a “ranchette.” I think it’s just a farm and doesn’t need a fancy name. Continue reading “Pitchfork and Pen—Critter Not”
Recently I responded to a fellow writer’s Facebook post after she made a trip into an office supply store. Soon, a conversation ensued and several of us admitted to having a strange fascination for these places.
Continue reading “Pitchfork and Pen—Office Supply Addict”
How do you get a writer to freak out?
Well, it’s really not all that hard. We get bent out of shape over a lot of things. Continue reading “Pitchfork and Pen—What’s in a Name?”
I don’t think there is anyone in the U.S. that doesn’t know that our country is under the onslaught of Hurricane Harvey. Continue reading “Pitchfork & Pen—Harvey Wasn’t Just a Rabbit”
I love being a writer. Really love it. But if someone said to me that I could never write again, and I could choose some other fun thing to do, I think I would be a food critic.
Continue reading “Traveling Foodie”