Even though I haven’t posted a blog since December, I have been writing like a mad woman. Today I write from a condo on the Texas coast in Port Aransas having arrived Sunday night. The plan is to spend the rest of this week focused on cranking out the … Continue reading All Things Must Pass
A lack of time continues to creep up on me and this is a now or never post so I hope it ends up making sense. In my last blog, I said I'd be writing about God and religion with the caveat that there would be no preaching, soapboxes, or soul saving. Given the enormity … Continue reading Votary of Nature
Do you have a story you'd be willing to share about Hook or Allan or Al or Dr. Hook? If so, I'd love to receive it via email so I could: Read these to Hook. He seems to enjoy having me read to him just before he dozes off. (I read to him all of … Continue reading Calling for Hook Stories
I read the other day that it’s rude for an author not to respond when comments are made on their blog. I’d stopped responding to comments months ago because I worried it might be rude to have a public response to otherwise private people. Please know that I read every single comment even … Continue reading Stay Tuned
Many of you have enjoyed Hook's unique bug Christmas cards for the last dozen years or so. For 2012, we still have an insect to share by way of a public Christmas card to our family, friends, and all the good people of the world who have been keeping up with our blog (72 countries … Continue reading Merry Christmas Mates!
As I sit in the hospital cafeteria and dream of life outside the walls of St. David’s, my POW-stricken husband lies in his 5th floor room being poked, prodded, picked, and occasionally pampered. With a hollowed, gaunt look of someone who has been starved and beaten, Hook’s recovery continues but his appetite struggles to rise … Continue reading The Great Hook Escape