An Interview with Yours Truly, and Thanksgiving in ‘Bama

I’m usually offline on Wednesdays, but I had a couple of guest posts go live today, so I thought I’d hang around and take tomorrow off instead. Ya’ll good with that? (Do you take off for the holidays, or do you use it as a chance to get caught up on your writing or reading your favorite blogs?

A Visit with the City Chick…

Today I had the unique pleasure of being interviewed and featured on my friend Donna’s blog, City Chick in the Country. This is the first time I’ve EVER been interviewed, and it was a blast! Donna took a lot of time preparing and asked some really great questions!

If you want to find out why I haven’t been writing any tipi tales lately, why my tortilla maker is my most indispensable kitchen appliance, and which of the words in my tag line (Nourish, Thrive, Celebrate) I find the most challenging to embrace, head over and visit Donna today! (oh, and she’s giving away a copy of my book!)

Celebrating the Holidays as Nomads…

I’m also over at YLCF today (I love how the internet allows me to be in two places at once. Such a rush!) talking about how I’m coping with being away from family for nearly ALL the holidays this year.

Just click on that picture of my thanksgiving decorations in the bus, and it’ll take you to the post!

Oh, and, Happy Thanksgiving! Ya’ll know I’m so thankful for each one of you. This space is such a happy place in my life and I am so glad you’re a part. Have a lovely day tomorrow!

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  1. says

    This was so fun on my end as well! I mean, after all, I got to read it all first! Thank again. The drawing for a book is open until Sunday November, 29,2012 at midnight eastern time!