Entries Below Are About The Topic Of Zambia

Art and Love Gone Wrong

Second of a series of excerpts from my memoir Loveyoubye: Holding Fast, Letting Go, and Then There’s the Dog, released April 2014.  Quick catch-up. My husband starts taking off for weeks at a time. No explanation, no apology, just yards of attitude. After … Continue reading

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Reflection on The A-Z Challenge

For two years in a row now I’ve completed the challenge. I had a blast. This year at least. Not so much last year. Halfway through the alphabet I was on holiday in England where I reconnected with old pals … Continue reading

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C is For Crapulence

Crapulence – Discomfort from eating or drinking too much. I NEVER do that. I like this word–I’m a lover of cuss words, well, some of them, and this word has one right up front. “Crap.” I would’ve loved it as … Continue reading

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Directionally Challenged

On Lynn Dorman’s blog “Do You Have a Sense of Direction” Yes? No? I answered NO! reminded me of my days as a letter carrier. Yes. I delivered mail for The United States Postal Service. For six years they actually … Continue reading

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A is For Antelope

From the time I could walk until I left Zambia at 22, my dad was always pointing out the different kinds of antelope on our yearly trips down through Zimbabwe to South Africa to visit the relatives, or on our … Continue reading

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