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I Miss You

A short Bellingwood vignette (Book 34) “Who was that?” Kayla asked. Andrew frowned and looked around. “Who was who?” “That gorgeous guy who walked past your door.” Andrew got up and walked over to the door. When he came back to the video chat, he

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She’s My Polly

The other night, I was describing the antics of my sister and her neighbor across the street. My friend cackled  with laughter. “It’s Polly and Beryl. They would do this!” (You never know, as I thought about it, the story line made me chuckle. Anyway

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Bellingwood Vignette – Book 31 – Easy Friday Night

Rebecca wiggled her feet. “What do you want now?” Andrew asked, looking at his lap. She’d propped her feet on his leg, stretching out on the sofa. “Nothing. Just saying hi.” “Hi.” “What are you doing?” He glared at her. “You know what I’m doing.

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11 Things I Will Miss About the 2020 Quarantine

As governments and businesses look for ways to bring us out of our homes and back to some semblance of normal, I started thinking. The hardest thing about creating a list like this is that in my head, I hear you naysayers arguing or dismissing

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Bellingwood Vignette – Book 29 – Just Us Boys

“Hey, Elijah,” Henry said. “Want to go for a ride?” Elijah’s face lit up. He missed Noah, who was spending his spring break hours at the barn with Eliseo. “Where are we going?” “All over. Are you ready to spend the morning with me?” Elijah

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Bellingwood Vignette – Electric Angst

Book 25 – Joy in the Journey will be published next Monday, March 25th! It’s almost here. Be sure you’ve signed up for the newsletter and you’ll get the next vignette delivered to your email along with the link to Amazon for the book. But

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A Legacy of Words

Last night I made up a word. In a dream. It was important during the sequence of events that I discovered a way to describe this word to others, to make them understand the word. Very important. The only problem was, that as I read through

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Bellingwood Vignette Book 24, #03

Bellingwood Vignette – Kindness Acts “Come on, Cameron,” Doug Shaffer said. “Let’s go pick up a Christmas tree.” Cameron glanced at his mother. It was something she usually did with his dad. She smiled. “Go on. It’s time you learned how to pick out a

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She’s Alive!

Yeah … truth. Where have I gone? Head down in story world. Would you believe that one night last week I was dreaming in narrative? Holy moley. Bellingwood has consumed me. The last three months of the year become a bit overwhelming as a book

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