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Molasses Cookies Recipe

Are you baking while staying at home? Below is my favorite recipe for molasses cookies using simple ingredients I typically have  on hand. This is one of the recipes included in A Knights Bridge Christmas, a hopeful contemporary story with a connection to World War II. Molasses Cookies 3/4 cup vegetable shortening or butter (I use…

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Welcome, Spring!

Spring is here. It’s a welcome time of renewal, rebirth and new beginnings…and green grass and flowers. We had snow last week and more snow on the way this week, but I see signs of spring everyone here on our Vermont hilltop. I love these photos we took last spring in Scotland (Edinburgh and Isle of…

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Happy Valentine’s Day

Happy Valentine’s Day! Chocolates, jewelry, a candlelit dinner…I love them all, but I have a special place in my heart for flowers. We were in Edinburgh in late May/early June, in time for the famous blue poppies at the Royal Botanic Garden. They’re popular, and for good reason! The gardens are also well-know for their…

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Running and Writing: Training for the Covered Bridges Half-Marathon!

Do you do new year’s resolutions? I don’t, and I’ve read many articles that say it’s just as well. Most resolutions are abandoned before Valentine’s Day. However… My daughter and I signed up to run the Covered Bridges Half Marathon in June! It’s an event on the calendar not a resolution, but it will take…

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BOOK NEWS: Classic Mill Brook Trilogy now in eBook!

Early in my writing career, I penned a number of short romance novels, stories with lots of humor, adventures and often a touch of mystery. They went out of print and were never in eBook. Readers who want to read or reread them have had to scour garage sales and such. No more! I’m delighted…

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