This has not been easy. The last few weeks have been one thing after another. I never thought that It would be so hard to empty out a house . It is e enough harder when you call and break a rib and it is wintertime.It is finally starting to feel a little better and then I will be back to important things that I have to do. I hope that everyone is staying safe and you have a great holiday.
Wednesday, December 23, 2020
Monday, September 28, 2020
I never realized , and I guess no one really does, how much stuff they really have. It seems as if I am fighting an uphill battle everyday. No matter what room I plan to work on, no matter what box I want to go through and soft I get sidetracked. Over 40 years in a housd, 4 children, 3 grandchildren later a lot is saved for tons of reasons. They are all important. The problem I have is a little different than others. My husband Bruce passed away 10 years ago. I never really went through his things. Looking back I should have done this already. Oh well, I will just have to keep working at it. Getting a little more done each day. So here I go, wish me luck.
Sunday, August 23, 2020
Yesterday was a long, long day one of many more I am sure. It is so hard to go through things that you have not thought about for years. After my husband passed away I tried a little at a time to go through his things. Now, it is something I cannot put off any longer. I have finally set my plan in motion . My children have been very helpful. I will be moving in with ,Mommy, Sissy, Bobo and Daddy. The really weird part is that I am moving back to the town I grew up in. I have for years told the kids when we drove around this is where I went to school, this was our library, this is where I had my Girl Scout meetings. I really will miss my almost former town where we raised our family. I have lots of memories. I do not know what the future holds but, I am sure that anyone who knows me knows how much I love politics something I learned at a young age. Time will tell.
Saturday, August 22, 2020
I am in the process of trying to stay safe. I have been staying with Mommy , Daddy, Bobo and Sissy. I have been thinking and thinking about what and when it if ever things will get back to normal. I have not posted as much as I used to. I have decided that I will be moving and starting the long path of what does one do with all of the memories and all of the things that have been collected over years and years. I have never sold a house before so I guess it will be a new adventure. Let's see what tomorrow brings. Nana
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Wysteria Hedge Haven Clan
Cindy Keen Reynders
A Bruce and Smith Thriller
Genre: action-adventure thriller, political thriller, suspense thriller
Publisher: Randall Krzak Books
Date of Publication: March 30, 2020 (Kindle)
His first novel, The Kurdish Connection, was published in 2017, and the sequel, Dangerous Alliance, was released in November2018. Both placed in the 2018 Global Thriller Book Awards sponsored by Chanticleer International Book Awards, with The Kurdish Connection finishing as a semi-finalist and Dangerous Alliance being selected as one of seven first in category winners. The third novel in the series, Carnage in Singapore, was released in August 2019, and is currently a semi-finalist in the 2019 Chanticleer International Book Awards. He also penned "A Dangerous Occupation," a winning entry in the August 2016Wild Sound Writing and Film Festival Review short story category.
He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Maryland and a general Master in Business Administration (MBA) and a MBA with an emphasis in Strategic Focus, both from Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland. He currently resides with his wife, Sylvia, and six cats in Dunfermline, Scotland. He's originally from Michigan, while Sylvia is a proud Scot. In addition to writing, he enjoys hiking, reading, candle making, pyrography, and sightseeing.