A few days after my mom’s death, I wrote this to help my friends know how to support me. Everyone grieves differently, but maybe this list will help you next time someone close to you has a tragedy and you aren’t sure what to do or say.
Okay, funny story. I flew into Nashville yesterday to do some media interviews. My publisher took me to a local TV station, where a guy from the station met with me and took me up to the studio to record a couple of local programs. As we walked, he said, “It’s so funny you’re doing … Read more
To brighten your day, here’s a totally silly humor piece based on my real-life experiences on various TV shows to promote my books and nonprofit work.
Just a fun little post about a truth-in-advertising experience I had on a plane.
Image from SVeidt at DeviantArt As an introvert, I relate to this.
After yesterday’s serious post about Chick-Fil-A, I was in the mood for something less serious. And I like Facebook. I do. By all means, please add me on Facebook and let’s be Facebook friends. But may I vent a minute? These 7 things almost make me long for the homemade-HTML-and-spam of Myspace. (Almost.) 1. … Read more
Wow, you guys. Yesterday’s post about Amendment One really struck a chord with some of you and a nerve with others; I’m completely overwhelmed by how many of you have been sharing it on Twitter, Facebook, and Tumblr. (Probably other social networks I don’t even know about, too!) So since a lot of new folks … Read more
Oh, these crazy Texas hotels. The silliness from my next-to-last speaking engagement.
Witness the horrible wallpaper in the U of Illinois room where I spoke last night. Ladies and gentlemen, this is for real.
Oh. My. Goodness. You guys don’t know how long I’ve been having to hold this big announcement in and how badly I’ve been wanting to spill the beans. A couple of months ago, I thought I was about to be able to announce it, and then things got put on hold again while we ironed … Read more