Bright Ideas My bright ideasare in stacks of notebooks.Articles, stories, essays… begun but never finished. Now it’s doc after docin a folder called “works in progress,”yet they never do, progress, I mean.Why do I hold onto these tarnished gems?Beats me.Perhaps they are like children,waiting to grow upand go out on their own. Picking up, where you… Read More ›
The Death of Bernadette Lefthand A good story is made up of a collection of elements, the most powerful is that magical thing called voice. Who is speaking and what is the storyteller saying from the heart to engage the reader? In The Death of Bernadette Lefthand, author Ron Querry nailed it with Gracie. As… Read More ›
Haunted Santa Fe It’s that time of year when ghosties, goblins and ghouls come out of the woodwork. Literally according to Haunted Santa Fe, a historical overview of legends and lore born of real people living real lives, and then in the afterlife returning with spectral visitations that make things go bump in the night…. Read More ›
Trees turning golden against a robin’s egg blue sky I am joy-filled.
I am bushed! Today was the day I finally tackled the closet into which we shoved everything when Bob went out of private practice and began working for Eye Associates. Yeah, I know, that was a long time ago, 2006 in fact. He’s been fully retired for about two years +/-, but I guess it’s… Read More ›