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Israel: Tel Aviv, Valley of Elah, Latrun, and Jaffa

I’ve recently returned from a two-week visit to Israel and Jordan, and my mind is still reeling from all I experienced. I’ll take each day of the trip for a separate blog post (with lots of pictures!) and invite you … Continue reading

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Springing into Spring

What’s on your agenda this spring? For me, it looks like a return to golf. Sigh. My husband used a pro shop credit he’d won in a member-guest tournament in Greenville as a partial payment for this lovely set of … Continue reading

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Fun and Facts from a Texas Trip

For our 45th wedding anniversary, my husband and I took a trip to two large cities in the big state of Texas: Austin and San Antonio. We were in for a lot of fun with a dose of history. We … Continue reading

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A Different Kind of Valentine’s Day Gift

Counting courtship and marriage, this guy and I have celebrated a half century of Valentine’s Days. During that time, I can’t remember a year when he didn’t buy me something on February 14, usually the traditional gift of candy or … Continue reading

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Viewing a Snow Day from Inside

What’s not to love about a snow day? If, of course, a person doesn’t have to drive to work or haul a kid back up a hill on a sled. Yep, being old and retired has its benefits. A body … Continue reading

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Please Write a Review

Facebook friends who’ve read my book, please write a review on Amazon. It’s really quite simple. First, find my book, Life and Death in Narrow Creek, on Amazon. I’ll make it easy for you. Here’s the link: Now scroll down … Continue reading

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The Simple Joys of the Season

Amid all the hustle and bustle of the Christmas season, I try not to miss the small things that make the holiday special. For example, I noticed this camellia bush in my backyard blooming just this week. This plant has … Continue reading

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Judging a Book by Its Cover

And now there are two. Ms. Dee Ann Meets Murder has been joined by Life and Death in Narrow Creek. I see postings of books all the time next to a cup of coffee, so that’s why my morning shot … Continue reading

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No Creepy Graveyards Here

It’s almost Halloween, so graveyards are supposed to be spooky, right? Not to me. I find old cemeteries to be full of history, not haunts, especially in a town like Charleston, South Carolina. On a recent October weekend, I wandered … Continue reading

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Sailing with the Pirates

My husband and I both graduated from East Carolina University, and for most of our married lives have bought football season tickets. For years, we purchased a package of five, taking our three daughters, encouraging them to become faithful little … Continue reading

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