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I’m home alone. Sadly, I lost my sweet G-Man in May of undiagnosed cancer. (He’s not really lost. He’s waiting for me in heaven.)
Sister Debbie stayed with me for several nights after his death (sisters are the best, aren’t they?) so I haven’t been home alone all that time. I am now, though.
A friend who lost his wife not long after G-Man died asked me if I don’t get bored.
I don’t. I stay busy most of the time.
I have my first Christian Romance coming out on November 6th, and I’m working on another book or two, I’m taking a photography class, I work full time, I help in the nursery at church, and I knit.
Oh, and I have five grandchildren. That’s right. FIVE! I don’t get to see all of them as often as I’d like, but I treasure the time I get with them.
I guess it’s not a really exciting life–I don’t race motorcycles or fly airplanes (even though I’d like to)– but I’m enjoying it.
Oh, and I watch movies. Mostly old ones. I pretend it’s to get ideas for more books, but it’s really because I like stories. A. Lot.
So if you’re home alone, whether you’re still single, single again, or just have some spare time when you’re not with your significant other, come on back.
Let’s talk about it.