My hubby, daughter and I are like the Three Musketeers and her awesome boyfriend is our new Fourth Musketeer! We always have lots of fun together and one of the places where we have fun is Disneyworld. In this picture, we asked our daughter to ham it up and make believe she’s afraid of the monorail. We thought she was pretty convincing. How about you?
Moving to the suburbs was an experience and although there were some tough moments, there were that many more good memories of growing up in Levittown. One of them was discovering the Levittown Drum and Bugle Corps which met just a couple of blocks away at the local church. It was one of first experiments with playing music, but from there, my sister and I both went on to other instruments. My sister was an amazing violin and viola player while I took up the bassoon. Being involved in music groups provided us both with amazing opportunities.
This photo is of us with our parents as we proudly display the bugles we were learning to play!
With today’s blizzard happening right outside my window, it’s time for some flowers to keep me sane! These are from the 2012 Philadelphia Flower Show. So looking forward to the next one!
Stay safe and warm for those in the Northeast!
Click here if you would like to see more photos from the 2014 Philly Flower Show!
An exciting day on multiple counts. Staten Island Chuck did not see his shadow, so an early spring is on the way. (Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow, but I’m choosing to ignore that LOL!).
I got a release date for ONE SUMMER NIGHT, the first book in the AT THE SHORE contemporary romance series from Sourcebooks. So excited. ONE SUMMER NIGHT will be out in October 2017.
Today’s throwback is in honor of summer days and nights on the Jersey Shore. It’s my favorite place to be at my favorite time of year.
Today’s Throwback is to the 2010 conference! These are some of our volunteers helping to fill up the conference bag with goodies for attendees.
It’s hard to believe that the one coming up is our 8th Annual Conference. For more info on the Liberty States Fiction Writers Conference, you can visit http://www.libertystatesfictionwriters.com/conference/. This conference is for both readers and writers and I hope you will check it out.
Except for the day of my daughter’s big move, we’ve had a fairly calm and easy winter. I hope that keeps up! This picture is a reminder of a winter that didn’t go so easily – the winter of 2010. We went to bed and woke up to this amazing deposit of snow!
Sorry I’ve been absent, but I’ve had lots going on. One pleasant thing I had going on was our annual trip to New York City to see all the Christmas sights. I’ll share those photos next week!
Today’s throwback is to last year’s trip. This is a shot of the angels in the Rockefeller Center Promenade, looking toward Sak’s Fifth Avenue.