Monthly Archives: July 2014

#149–Worst fears + no-panic redo = success . . .

  Last night about 10 p.m., I opened my laptop and thought I’d do one last run-through of my Around Florence presentation. But I couldn’t find it. I looked in all the usual hiding places as well in plain sight … Continue reading

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#148––Book launch, snake rescue, purple poop & Sir Groucho sick . . .

  The week started with the first sales of the book about the history of Florence being made in Yachats at the farmers market. A fact that Yachats residents absolutely loved. And the week ended with more launch activities and … Continue reading

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#147–Creative vomit mode . . .

  Yesterday I spent in creative vomit mode. In other words, I finally got around to getting down the text for my PowerPoint presentation about my new book Around Florence. I did my usual procrastination. It was on my to-do … Continue reading

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#146–Yachats Farmers Market––what’s not to like . . .

  It was the Fourth of July and my first time at the Yachats Farmers Market, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., as a participant. It was not the only show in town. It competed with the Lions Club Pancake Breakfast, … Continue reading

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