As I was dawdling on another new hire, the following letter was delivered to me by the Executive Director dated 30 days ago. Dear Ms. Lingerman: This letter is to inform you that your employees’ lack of follow through has been noted. This time-consuming behavior must stop and will be met with varying grades of discipline. Therefore, you must eventually end your employees’ procrastination by implementing the following punishments within the next day or so... CLICK TO READ MORE!
“Defeat is not the worst of failures. Not to have tried is the true failure.” – George Edward Woodberry At the beginning of the school year, my oldest daughter was hesitant to take an art class. She wanted to try her hand at pottery, but it was not available to her. So, she was stuck… Continue reading Finding Success in Discipline
Arts & crafts keep me busy. I enjoy working with crosstitch, quilting, scrapbooking, pencil drawings, digital photography, graphic design, painting, and crocheting. The crafts seem limitless, and my brain is always thinking of another project.
My favorite poem is Asking for Roses by Robert Frost.
I idolize P!NK. Her ability to speak her mind has enabled me to draw strength and courage through her music.
Ideally, a typical writing day would be like a beautiful sunshine streaming through the tree just outside of my window; dancing along my fingers as I tap at my keyboard...
Stephen King’s Lisey’s Story is about a widow whose celebratory husband passed away; leaving behind a studio full of papers, unpublished manuscripts, and clues leading her to his past. As Lisey Landon struggles to remember Scott’s troubling childhood, she is left to deal with the remnants of his psycho fans...