Author Archives: Patty

If I Make it to 90

Originally posted on Jewniquely Myself:
I love my Dad. He has always been there for me. When I was little, he carried me on his shoulders. And when I got married, he walked me down the aisle. He dished up…

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Update from the Campbell kingdom(Post dictated) #Journal

Good morning to everyone and happy Friday to you! I wanted to come on quickly, and update you on how Kim Campbell is doing. I think you in advance for reading, liking, and commenting on this post. I am dictating … Continue reading

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Creating a Rainbow

Originally posted on All in a Day's Breath:
Hiker in view Rare Rainbow Halo Broken Specter, the real name for the rare weather phenomena in the U.K. “A hiker captured these magnificent images of a rare weather phenomenon that…

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Blog Post Bio 2020

Lynda McKinney Lambert is an author/artist who lives in the Village of Wurtemburg, in Western Pennsylvania. She is a published author, visual artist, public speaker, educator, retired professor of fine arts and humanities (Geneva College, Beaver Falls PA) – wife, … Continue reading

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Update On King campbell’ A K A Bubba

King Campbell and I would like to invite you to click on over and have a look at his latest update. We would also love it if you would like to follow and share our page. We thank you for … Continue reading

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Novel Touts Value of Knowing One’s Culture #Thursday Book Feature

Originally posted on My Corner:
Pigs in Heaven: A Novel by Barbara Kingsolver Copyright 1993. ? This is the sequel to The Bean Trees, which I reviewed here a couple of weeks ago. Taylor and her six-year-old adopted Indian daughter…

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Jane Risdon – Ms Birdsong Investigates

Originally posted on Colette McCormick (on books and life in general):
Today, Jane Risdon tells us about a book we will hopefully be able to read in the near future. If you could only read one more book before reading…

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