Everybody Has A Story

Happy March!

March came in like a lion here. Snow, high winds, 2 hour school delay. I like knowing that it will go out like a lamb, because that makes me think of spring. When the breeze is a perfect twining of cool and warm drafts. Where the air carries the scent of wet dirt and the sweet notes of chirping birds. Tulips, my favorite flower, will nod and bob on tall, strong stems to the sunny, smiling daffodils. Oh how I love spring and it is so close!

I want to thank all the lovely writers who trusted me to share their stories in February. I had so much fun putting that all together. Oprah Winfrey once said, “Everybody has a story. Everybody.” I’ve always believed that, but it felt so much more real to me last month as I received the guest posts and read them and staged them for posting. As I enjoyed the interaction in the comments and the additional stories shared. I understand better why Oprah does what she does. The posts resonated with readers in so many ways; sparked memories of their own, stoked emotions, stirred thoughts and inspired hope. Thank you to all the keen readers for your time and attention. I hope you enjoyed the month long theme as much as I did.

A Page Away is having a fantastic giveaway. It runs from March 1 – 15, so hurry on over and get yourself signed up. I’ve included a signed copy of The Weaver, but – WOW – she’s offering so many prizes.

Keep your eyes and ears open for more news on the release of SAVE THE LEMMINGS! I’ve got other irons in the fire too, so the next few months should be newsy. At least I hope so.

Toodles J


  1. It was fun to get to share, Kai. Thank you for the inspiration!

    1. Oh my goodness, thank you! You are the second person to thank me for the inspiration today! That makes me feel so GREAT! And you are welcome anytime, Heather.

  2. I must admit I haven't read all the posts, but hope to do so in the next few days. Waiting to hear more about Save the Lemmings and all your other good news. You have been busy. :)


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