Monthly Archives: February 2012

Tuesday’s Word

Hueristic adjective relating to a method of teaching or learning in which you learn from your own discoveries and experiences I read this word in the context of an adaptable computer virus-control system, but it seems to apply to any … Continue reading

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Airplanes, Presidents, and Contests

Happy Presidents Day Everyone!  I will celebrate by saying a prayer today for Mr. Obama and for all our living past presidents.  These men all work hard (or have worked hard) and love our country.  Whether you agree with their … Continue reading

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Free Publicity Fridays

The Gripping Beast by Charlene Teglia was my first foray into Viking romance.  It had everything I was expecting, a feisty heroine, a pushy alpha male, a conflict between his responsibilities as jarl and her femenist demand for independence, hunting … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Word

Ineffable adjective so impressive or beautiful that you cannot describe it This morning I went in search of a word that fit the Valentines Day theme and was one that I didn’t know.  Mission accomplished.  Now as for the definition … Continue reading

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Busy Morning

This morning I . . . Got a toddler up and dressed (hubby did the baby, thank Heaven!) Fed the family a sugary, nutritionally derelict breakfast Sorted laundry Took a shower (rarely happens) Put on makeup (almost never happens) Looked … Continue reading

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Free Publicity Fridays

Lara Adrian is one of those authors that had me from book one page one.  She’s in my top 10–the 10 authors I read everything I can get my hands on of theirs, follow their newsletter, and wait with bated breath … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Word

Epiphany noun 1. ( initial capital letter ) a Christian festival, observed on January 6, commemorating the manifestation of Christ to the gentiles in the persons of the Magi; Twelfth-day. 2. an appearance or manifestation, especially of a deity. 3. … Continue reading

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