If you’re my FB friend or follow this blog, you already know some things about me. I’m a retired IT consultant. A new author. But this year, I became a grandmother. I didn’t know how wonderful it would feel, how much more love could grow in one’s heart, a heart already full with a life’s … More Merry Christmas! New Excerpt.
November Doldrums are over. If you read that post, then you know I struggle with getting through this dreary month. But today, Happy American Thanksgiving, and welcome to fun December. Here’s what I accomplished this month – it did seem to go by faster than anticipated (doesn’t life always?) I did get to babysit my … More November Doldrums – Not!
First Published Excerpt from my upcoming new book “First We Eat. Food, Life, and (More) Stories from Michele Sabad author of Camp Follower One Army Brat’s Story is featured in the next issue of Free Lit Magazine. Volume 5 Issue 5 November 2019. The Happiness Issue, quite appropriate for my story entitled “The Best Appetizer”. … More First We Eat – Published Excerpt
Well into year 3 of retirement, I’ve settled into a routine. Get up early. Earlier than I thought I would in retirement, but I am a morning person. Make coffee and breakfast. Watch the news. Work on my blog, or my next book, or a short story. Go to the gym (downstairs in the condo … More Retirement Bonus #Staycation!
Exciting news to announce : To all my friends, especially military brat friends, especially dog lovers! But really, anyone who enjoys heartwarming short stories about animals. Fresh release of “My Hero Dog. Stories of How our Dogs Have Helped Shape who We Are” contains 23 short stories, all authored and generously contributed by military brats, … More My Hero Dog
Does anyone else have favourite and dreaded times of the year? I’ve always said that November is my least favourite month. It means that summer is for sure over, no more chance at a freak heat wave, and snow can realistically be expected at any time. There’s a greyness to the month that I dread. … More November Doldrums
“If you grew up in the 1960s or 1970s on Canadian military bases, then maybe joined up yourself or became a military spouse, I know a few things about you…[ One thing I know]…you’re very patriotic.” This quote from the introduction to the book Camp Follower One Army Brat’s Story by Michele Sabad was never … More Election Day