Monthly Archives: September 2022

#356––FFOB 2022, a great success . . .

The 2022 11th Annual Florence Festival of Books is over, and now, I can get my life back. It does have a way of taking over between June and September each year. “Our first time at a book event and … Continue reading

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#355–FFOB Crunch time . . .

It wasn’t fair that Aleia, the gal who worked at the Florence Events Center and who was part of the Florence Festival of Books Planning Committee, was leaving just before we opened up to accept registrations. Working with different people … Continue reading

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#354–Sclerotherapy’s second session, my captive audience . . .

People accuse me of being shameless when it comes to my books––that I’ll talk about them anytime, anywhere. The truth is, I only talk about them when asked. If someone asks, then I usually start with a very brief account … Continue reading

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#353––The eyes have it and so do the eggs . . .

 “The Eyes Have It,” is the theme of Backstreet Gallery’s 2022 Community Challenge show, which is a take off on “The ayes have it!” heard at many a business meeting. The Eyes Have It Community Challenge If you’re interested in … Continue reading

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#352–Siuslaw Pioneer Museum––the place to be . . .

Sea Lion Caves Reception It certainly was the place to be for 150–200 folks last Friday evening on August 26, when the Siuslaw Pioneer Museum hosted the reception to celebrate the 90th Anniversary of the Sea Lion Caves. It was … Continue reading

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