Tracy S. Morris

Quirky Mysteries, Screwball Fantasy and Sassy History

Archive for November, 2008

Today was black Thursday.  Sounds ominous.  I guess, considering that someone got trampled at a Wal-Mart, it was.  Personally, I forgoed (forgone? forwent?  skipped.) the shopping today.  My parents have been divorced since I was five.  So now, at age 29 (+4) I still have two celebrations.  And this year, courtesy all the family health […]

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Fall didn’t last long

I really, reeeealy wanted to get out and take fall foliage pictures this year.  Ryan and I have gotten out quite a bit while everything was still green.  But mother nature just didn’t want to co-operate.  One hard frost followed by 70 degree days means that the color just died. So I managed to get off […]

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One of my short stories, Fish Story, was picked up for Esther Freizner’s anthology Strip Mauled.  This is  my first big sale.  I got the contract today, and it’s already in the box to go back to the publisher on Monday.   I did the happy little snoopy dance around my writing desk, and giggled like […]

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Discipline is doing what you want the most vs. doing what you want now.

Last week I stared on a program called Flylady.  It’s a pretty simple concept.  Each day you do just a little bit, and the cumulitive affect is a clean, ordered home. It starts small.  day one is simply learning to keep the kitchen sink clean.  Day two is to keep the kitchen sink clean, and […]

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