Tag: Judythe Morgan

44 Words That Can Weasel into Writing

Writing’s hard work. Ask any writer. Good writing is harder. Sometimes weasel words can slip in. Weasel words are “favorite” words that pop up when a writer is being lazy or rushing. I first heard the term in… Read More

St. Paddy Day Book Sale

Annie Foster remains in Ireland after boarding school to nanny a widower’s infant daughter. Five years later, she accepts the widower’s marriage proposal.  Her first love Chad Jones, whom she believed deserted her, arrives on an undercover assignment… Read More

Irish Toasts, Quotes, and Words of Wisdom

Picture taken on Croagh Patrick.

How to sound Irish on St. Paddy’s Day

****Please note the correction to the blog title. I have been duly notified that I’ve made St. Paddy into a burger. A very special thank you to Donal Walsh for sending me the tweet. I’ll not be making… Read More

Irish Toasts, Quotes, and Words of Wisdom

Picture source: snapped along the road in Connemara. We were on our way to Croagh Patrick after a morning at Kylemore Abbey and Gardens.

March – A lion or A lamb?

March Comes in like a Lion, goes out like a Lamb. This proverb has been around since its mention in a 1732 work titled Gnomologia: Adagies and Proverbs; Wise Sentences and Witty Sayings, Ancient and Modern, Foreign and… Read More

Miller Farm Color Project Update

A blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara Rachel’s Bantam Color Project is going quite splendidly. Her latest flock of bantam chicks is very interesting and most were sold almost immediately. She has a couple of partridge frizzles from Richard… Read More