If there’s one thing these past two years have taught us, it is that life is unpredictable. Find a way to be grateful for the blessings you have in each day. One never knows what the future will hold. Tell those you care for how much they mean to you. Treasure relationships. Follow your dreams.
Hurrah! Hurrah! My cozy witch mystery is in the Top 20 of the entire Kindle free store & has over 5,000 downloads today! I’m enjoying some Prosecco to celebrate. What are you drinking tonight? I hope you’re staying safe & healthy! https://amzn.to/2xf14eb
It’s the perfect day for an artistic sangria! I’ve been working on writing for websites all day long. Time for a brief break. What are you up to?
Enjoying a glass of chardonnay while I do some editing for friends. Today my Fish Eye box chardonnay is in a Boston Wine Expo glass. I haven’t been there in a while! I used to go every year. What are you up to today?
Just home from a fantastic landscape photography session with David Long and the Blackstone Valley Art Association! Now I’ve got several Fiverr articles to write on meditating and yoga. Both kittens are curled up nearby. I’ve got a glass of cabernet. Life is wonderful! What are you up to?
Texas wines are amazing. I was just talking with someone who was drinking a Texan wine. It reminded me of how, here in Massachusetts, I was once lambasted by a local journalist because I was interested in Texan wines. Texas wines are awesome! Give them a try! https://wineintro.com/about/williamson.html
Studies show that fewer people are drinking wine in modern times, much of it due to the hassle of managing a bottle. You can’t just grab a glass of wine. You have to open an entire bottle, find the right glass, and then deal with the leftovers. I have become a strong proponent of box
It used to be a standard part of many peoples’ lives. Have a glass of wine or two with dinner. Get together with friends and open up a bottle of wine. But in 2019, for the first time in 25 years, wine drinking actually decreased. Fewer people were drinking wine. It’s not that they’re all
I hope you and yours had a delightful, joy-filled celebration to leave behind 2019 and to welcome in 2020. There is so much to look forward to. So many amazing medical breakthroughs. So many opportunities for growth and improvement. The climate crisis is challenging but together we can find a solution. If we all take
This WineIntro website has now been moved to a brand new server. It should be faster and more stable! Hurrah! Let me know if you run into any trouble with pages as I finish moving everything. Thanks!