The stress of parenting

For those who don't follow me on Facebook or Twitter and are not caught up in the latest drama-Steve and I became parents again two months ago.
We adopted a little brother for Brodee, his name is Finn. He is now 4 1/2 months old, and life has begun to fall into a bit more of a routine again. But two months ago, life was not pretty.  It was chaotic, to be precise. The sleepless nights, the constant taking him out to pee (we live on the third floor), the eating everything on the ground, the zoomies . . .

But, it's calmed (well, he still gets the zoomies), and I can start getting back to working out, and writing, and doing all the things that had to be put aside for a while.

And hey, I have a new book out! Reunion! Check it out here!

Also, if you would like an autographed copy, with a Reunion bookmark, just click here!

Thank you!

New Luthor cover!

Luthor has always had a special place in my heart. From the moment I first finished the book, it was one of my favorites.  And now my favorite has a brand new cover! I love it! Once again, Angela Tolle has proven herself to be a true artist. Thank you!
If you haven't yet read this book and met the boy called Luthor, don't worry, I won't hold it against you. But now's your chance to buy the paperback, and add it to your book collection.
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Thank you to all you!
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Video post-what the hell

Bulking up

For years I've been trying to bulk up. Back in the day, I had a pretty good body going on (I was also in my 20's). But as the years passed, the workouts suffered, the laziness increased, and my chances for the body I always dreamt about got further and further away.
I've always had weight problems, never able to gain. My metabolism is to blame. I thought it would slow as I got older, but alas, nope. When I don't eat a meal, or am very active during the day, I can easily lose several pounds.
At my lightest, about four years ago, I weighed in at 121 lbs. Yikes, I know. Since then I have worked at staying away from being that light, but the heaviest I managed was 127.
Two months ago, when we moved from our beloved cabin in the woods down to the Springs, I made a vow to make big changes. I joined the gym down here and have been going religiously. I have also been drinking weight gain shakes three times a day. 
I am happy to say that things are working! My current weight i…

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