• D J French

2022 WILL BE BETTER Jan. 22nd


Hi all, Thanks for stopping by. I've been trying to say a little something every month, but you know how it is, life is busy. We had a small gathering for Christmas, and I made some amazing cranberry margaritas. Tequila, Triple Sec, cranberry juice and lime juice with a few cranberries bouncing around the bottom for garnish. Thanks to Suzy French (my awesome sister-in-law) for the recipe.

It has to be a better year! Even though I have stalled on any book signings because of Covid, I intend to market and sale 'Touch the Mimosa Sky' eventually. The timing depends on the pandemic. I am starting a new project; it's taking shape in my notebook. The story is twisting and turning, trying to decide on its final shape. Once I start, it will consume me.

After the holidays were over and the pine needles swept away, we did start remodeling the bathroom. It has kept us busy. It has taken ten years to get to it! LOL

I hope everyone reading this is hopeful for the new year. I have realized not to take gatherings for granted. We canceled a lot of things last year, including a trip to Colorado. But I am leaving tomorrow to travel to Kentucky to see my family. I plan to soak in every minute of joy. Simple things like sharing a cup of tea, making cookies, doing a puzzle together while my mother murmurs beside me, give me comfort. I'm blessed in so many ways.

I am reading a book right now called, Peril, a political non-fiction by Bob Woodward and Robert Costa. Politics fascinate me, and I pray every day for the U.S.A. but also for people all over the world, because we are all connected.

Many blessings to you all, God bless, Debbie French

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