Author Archives: roxrustand

Happy Father’s Day…a bit late

What a beautiful, sunny morning this is!  After a wonderful weekend with family–our son, daughter-in-law and baby granddaughter were here on Sunday morning, and then our daughter and her husband came for supper–I feel so happy and recharged for the … Continue reading

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Ireland & England…a dream came true

Ever since I was a girl reading books like National Velvet, I wanted to visit England someday.  Later on, when I started devouring historical novels set in England, Scotland and Ireland, that dream continued, though I never expected to see … Continue reading

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My cheekbones are made of plastic.

Post by Lois Greiman Those were the first words out of the woman’s mouth as she handed me a book to be signed. This was many years ago at a B. Dalton’s Bookstore in Ames Iowa…when there were still bookstores … Continue reading

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Traveling….

We got back from the Grand Velas Riviera Nayarit, in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico late Saturday evening, and I’m experiencing a bit of withdrawal today.  Laundry?  Dishes?  And someone had to make supper last night, too.  Me! It’s nice to get … Continue reading

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Sunshine, whales, and longing for spring

It’s chilly and raining, raining, raining as I write this post. I brought the horses in because they are shivering, and we turned up the heat a bit in the house.  Oh, my what a change this is from where … Continue reading

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Better late than never…?

I should have had my post up this morning.  Early.  Faulty planning on my part, but things got busy this past weekend with company, and extended into today! How many of you have kids who are grown and gone?  I … Continue reading

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Dreaming of spring…

I. Am.  So.  Eager.  For  Spring.  I know it’s coming,  but right now, looking at bare brown earth interspersed with patches of ice and  crusted mounds of snow, it seems too far away. As usual at this time of year, … Continue reading

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