Month: January 2013

The book’s finished so why am I sad?

I finished Love in the Morning Calm, the prequel to The Pendant’s Promise and turned the manuscript over to the editor.  Now I’m sad. I know I should be happy. IT’S FINISHED. There is a sense of relief and… Read More

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Goose eggs, adolescent roosters, and bullied hens – Miller Farm Friday

Welcome our very special Friday Guest blogger, Chicken Wrangler Sara and another tale from the Miller Farm. Adolescent roosters are some of the most horrid creatures on earth, which makes putting them on death row much less traumatic… Read More

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Moving ahead. Claiming your Dream.

So are you moving ahead on the New Year goals you set? Did you implement my plan or devise one of your own? Whether you use my plan or any plan, I hope you’ll let 2013 be the year you claim… Read More

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Fortunately – Unfortunately on the Miller Farm

My father used to tell the story of a man flying an airplane. Unfortunately, the engine went out. Fortunately, there were two engines – unfortunately, the second engine went out. Fortunately, the man had a parachute – unfortunately,… Read More

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Failure to plan is planning to fail — a PLAN for success

No one wants to fail on purpose, but failure to plan can lead to failure. Today we’ll look at the process of goal setting for SUCCESS that I use. My plan comes from Bob Mayer’s WHO DARES WIN, The Green… Read More

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Life and Mystery @ the Miller Farm

There is a mystery on Miller Farm.  When I went to let the chickens out, there were two dead quail. One was in the cage – which is not completely unusual. However, there was one on the ground… Read More

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To Resolve or Not to Resolve That is the Question

Last week social media was all a buzz about New Year’s resolutions. Facebook status comments offered summaries of people’s 2012 and their goals for 2013. Blogs gave statistics from last year and offered predictions for the New Year…. Read More

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