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Weekend Wanderings: Trains and Photography

A few weeks ago my boyfriend and a friend of ours hung out. The guys wanted to shoot some train photography. If you want to check out their photos click… 320 more words

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Paperback Perils: Half Price Books Sale

I am still working on finishing A Gathering of Shadows by V.E. Schwab. So I thought you all might like to see my newest acquisitions. I am the type of person that buys more books despite the fact that I have a to-read bookshelf already. 388 more words

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Writers' Retreat at Aldinga Beach

One of the many perks of participating in the Fiona McIntosh Masterclass is the growing network of writers you get to connect with. Fiona has set up a closed Masterclass Alumni facebook group, where we can share successes and coordinate state based meet-ups. 835 more words


Weekend Wanderings: Farmers Market and Good Coffee

It is another cold Saturday here in north Texas. Not as bad as last weekend but the wind is driving me crazy. But that doesn’t stop us from heading to the a farmers market. 384 more words

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Weekend Wanderings: Fort Worth Zoo Run

It is currently 34 degrees Fahrenheit in Fort Worth, Texas on April 7th, 2018 and my boyfriend, Keltin, and I just ran a 5k along with 1190 other people. 190 more words

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Happy Easter!

Have a Happy Easter everyone. It you don’t celebrate Easter I hope that your Sunday is all that you could wish it to be.

Today is also my birthday and I am going to enjoy brunch and drink mimosas. 19 more words

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Weekend Wanderings - Visiting Sand Castles on the Beach

We used to have a tradition when the kids were small, every Summer, we would pack up the car and drive to Frankston (once upon a time it was Rye), and see the giant sand sculptures on the beach, we would then either have fish and chips by the beach or eat in the local restaurant, sometimes a picnic at the Enchanted Forest, which was always a must after the Sand Sculptures, it was often cooler up at Mount Martha, and the views were great, the giant maze and extensive gardens a lovely spot for a picnic or ice-cream on a hot sunny day.  176 more words