Poetry: The Dance of Lillian – Happy 16th Birthday

Tweet I’m a month late posting this, yet I promised Lillian that I would write a post dedicated to her …. xoxo The Dance of Lillian She came into this world with her own agenda. She came missing the short … Continue reading

Egyptian Eye by Lillian Darnell

Tweet My 14 year-old daughter, Lillian Darnell, is selling prints of her artwork, The Egyptian Eye, to help raise money for us to attend The Chromosome 18 Conference this July in San Antonio, Texas. Please enjoy this poem she created … Continue reading

Latest News: Sixth Annual Lillian Presentation

Tweet Lillian’s birthday and the dawn of a new school year are upon us. This was the sixth annual “Lillian” presentation to her classmates. It began in the first grade because her classmates kept asking me “why” questions about Lillian. … Continue reading

Lillian and Being Different Presentation

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Tweet It’s that time of year again … Lillian’s Birthday!! Happy Birthday Lillian!! Every year, except last since I homeschooled her last year, I give a “Lillian” presentation to her classmates. This began in the first grade because her classmates … Continue reading

Can a Book Be Published With Little to No Money – Part Three

Tweet This is a continuation post and the last of the series. Below is an excerpt from Part One: ” …. so I’m going to get to the bottom line first thing. And those who are interested about the entire story … Continue reading

Short Story: Dandelion Has Questions

Tweet Dandelion Has Questions One warm sunny day a dandelion was born on Sunshine Hill. From the moment he arrived, he was full of joy and questions. The one question for which he could never seem to know the answer … Continue reading

Poetry: May These Words

Tweet 2017 Christmas Gift to The Romano Duo (My Mom and Step-Father) May These Words This I write to to express the gratitude that is ever more within me for the depth of kindness and love shared with me and … Continue reading

Can a Book Be Published With Little to No Money – Part Two

Tweet This is a continuation of the post written last week. Here’s an excerpt … ” …. so I’m going to get to the bottom line first thing. And those who are interested about the entire story can read further. Lillian’s … Continue reading

Poetry and Photography: Liberate This Soul

Tweet She was tired. Tired of trying to figure it out. Tired of trying to make things work. Tired of manipulating circumstances to make things work. Tired of trying to control situations to make things work. Tired of living in … Continue reading