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February 01, 2018
I’ve made it through an entire month of blog posts. Well, almost. Sadly, I did miss a few days, but a valiant attempt none-the-less.
I’ll try to do better this month, although I’m away on holidays for ten days, with questionable service. I may have to post several at a time.
Today. Well, today I’m going to make this post do double duty.
First, I am going to eat a tremendous amount of crow. And if I can survive a mouthful of feathers, I will tell you about another amazing woman. Sara Ohlin.
Okay, let’s just get this out of the way. Yesterday I told you that it was because of my friend, Michelle Riddell that I got to know the lovely Lisa Lesaw. Today I realized my mistake. It was actually Sara, another writer I’ve come to know from our mutual association with MOTHERS ALWAYS WRITE, (MAW) who introduced us.
I’m so sorry, Sara. Please forgive my error.
Which brings me to the second part of this post. I’d love to tell you about Sara. I brilliant writer of words, amazing cook, photographer, and phenomenal mother to two adorable children. Recently she left the west coast to move to Maine. Which is a sad thing for me, because me might actually have had the chance to meet in person if she hadn’t’
I’m not giving up hope, though. I’m dreaming of a MAW writing retreat, where all these amazing women will gather to share our common love for our families, our writing, and that wonderful organization that brought us all together.
How amazing would that be?
You can find Sara’s writing, recipes, and photographs at her lovely blog: Lemons and Roses.
Do yourself a favour and check it out.
Sara, I’m so grateful to have met you, virtually at least. And we really must work on that retreat.