Drinking Alone

You’d think I’d be used to it by now.  If you follow me anywhere, Twitter, Facebook, etc., you are already aware of my white zin addiction.  It’s sad but true.  The cheaper the better and I drink it over ice.  Anyone shuddering out there, yet?  Sutter Home is okay, but I…

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God – The Original Forever Kind of Guy

My contemporary romance novel, A Forever Kind of Guy, came out this month and in preparation for its release I started thinking about a lot of things. Marketing, first of all, which I don’t begin to understand and its importance is something I balk at. Not to insult all the…

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A Pound of Ground

If you didn’t already know this about me, I hate to cook.  It’s annoyingly time-consuming.  I don’t particularly care for food-shopping either, especially now.  Have you seen food prices recently?  Unfortunately, I do like to eat.  Lucky for me I don’t have a highly refined palate, so I’ve perfected a…

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Looking Forward

Another Blog-A-Week topic:  (I didn’t save them all, only the ones I found interesting as possible topics.) “What are you looking forward to this year?” The first thing that comes to mind is my daughter’s wedding this fall.  Under her calm exterior I think she’s super-excited.  She’s attended several friends’…

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True Starbucks Story

Yesterday a guy comes in and orders a latte.  Says, “Make it decaf, but don’t write on there that’s it’s decaf.  It’s for my wife.  She has a heart condition and she’s not supposed to have caffeine.  I love her to death, but she’s having a hard time giving it…

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Everyday Poetry – 3

Some More Snippets of Everyday Poetry: My Husband The Car  ©2011 by Barbara Meyers  I walk around him and I check him out This isn’t a used car I’m talking about Although I’m sure he’s been driven before He’s on the used lot, traded in once more I had my…

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Everyday Poetry – 2

Everyday Poetry –  THIN AGAIN © 2010 by Barbara Meyers  My skirt is too tight, oh what have I done? That party last night I shouldn’t have gone. Or if I went I shouldn’t have eaten. Those dieting rules?  They’ve all been beaten. The waistline I discovered just recently Is…

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Happily Married?

Being a virgin on your wedding day is no guarantee of anything for your future, except, I suppose, it gives your spouse less of your past to be concerned about. With nothing to compare it to, it might also be hard to find fault with your spouse’s lovemaking technique

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