I’m very pleased to be the featured author in the Discover Rhode Island July issue highlighting my new book, Happy is Here! It’s also cool that this issue showcases this delicious-looking sundae from one of my favorite spots to get something sweet, Wright’s Dairy Farm!
If you’re living right You’ll understand Life doesn’t always Go as planned It’s a hurry up To wait some more A hallelujah You can’t ignore Life will hit you hard With a closed fist Then pull you in For a hug and kiss Before sending you On your way To places unknown You’re not long… Read More Day By Day
What makes you happy? If you don’t have a clear answer, that’s ok. At least I got you thinking about it! I wrote Happy Is Here to make you smile, laugh, reminisce, relate, and make your day a little lighter. If you haven’t yet, I hope you’ll check out this fun story about summer vacation… Read More What Makes You Happy?
As Sun dims her light On another day She blows a kiss And goes on her way Leaving Moon to swoon With a memorable mark Heart-shaped That glows in the dark A reminder While alone in the sky Life’s about reunions Never goodbyes For in a few hours Sun will rise To light up Moon’s… Read More Heart-Shaped
The pear tree grew heavy With much fruit to bear So, she lowered her branches In a gesture to share First came the deer Across the field, down the hill To savor the sweetness Until each had their fill Next came the crows Who filled up their beaks So, when they squawked Pear juice dribbled… Read More The Pear Tree
Leaves fall Like candy-coated rain In a carnival of colors As the seasons’ change Transient, unexpected Never the same
They say our fates Are written in the stars Yet the world on which We sit and spin Still turns Though our thoughts May wander
There are no secrets On Mulberry Street Thanks to the canines That cannot keep Their sensitive noses Out of neighborhood news They’re first to sniff out Visitors and clues A car that passes A knock on the door A rogue raccoon A package from the store It starts with one bark Soon followed by more… Read More Patrol and Protect
I remember when pulling petals Decided fate If love would blossom At a future date Or if the last petal Would decide Love’s not to be Between him and I And if the final answer Didn’t fit I’d pull more petals I would not quit To find the answer That I sought “He loves me,… Read More Pulling Petals
I Knew a dog I knew a brown dog Who was sweet as can be With unconditional love She cherished me I knew a black dog Who loved to play Ignoring basic commands Like sit and stay I knew a yellow dog Who was always asleep His favorite pastime Was counting sheep I knew a… Read More I Knew a Dog
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