Some Upcoming Events this Spring:
If you’re in the area, please stop by and say “Hello.”
Saturday, January 19 — I’ll be signing copies of Life Lessons from the Hive at the Coffee County Library in Manchester, TN from 10:00 – 1:00. Hope you can come for a visit!
Friday, March 5 — I’ll be speaking about bees and the Kingdom of God in Huntsville, AL.
Saturday, March 16 — The Mid-South Christian Writer’s Conference
Saturday, March 23 — The Tennessee Honey Festival
Friday, March 29 — I’ll be speaking on bees at the Volunteer State Community College in Gallatin, TN
I’ve been to a few conferences in my time and they can be overwhelming Continue reading “Winners & Losers”
Suki and I spent last week in St Louis Continue reading “Pass It On”
May is looking like it’s going to be a busy month for bees and for speaking engagements as well. Here’s a list of where I’m scheduled to speak so far this month:
Saturday, May 5 — 2018 Spring Gathering of Presbyterian Women of Middle Tennessee, First Presbyterian Church, 204 E Grundy St., Tullahoma.
Saturday, May 5 — Battle of the Books, Tullahoma Library, Tullahoma.
Tuesday, May 8 — United Methodist Women, First United Methodist Church, Shelbyville.
Wednesday, May 16 — Town and Country Garden Club, River Bend Country Club, Shelbyville.
I do have some openings the rest of the year if you’re looking for a speaker for your group meeting or special event. Please contact me by email: email@example.com
“Take a brake!” (No, it’s not misspelled.)
It’s a line from the Christmas movie, Polar Express. Remember? Continue reading “7 Steps to Sanity in a Crazy World”
Have you put all your eggs in one basket? I have.
Continue reading “What’s in Your Basket?”
We had to go back. The job wasn’t done. In spite of our painful experience Continue reading “Ouch! — Revisited”
Suki, Patty and me
With Cherie Jobe
We were busy as bees this weekend! Continue reading “New Beginnings Women’s Conference”
There was a buzz going on at the Coffee County Lannom Library in Tullahoma on Thursday. My friends at the library had invited me to speak on one of my favorite topics: Continue reading “Fun at the Library”