MIchele’s this and that, good night

A good night to all of my followers and Patriots. Tomorrow will be a fresh day, we are experiencing things I could have never imagined. I think pray and sanity will get us through this. I promise to get back to my characters soon in my books. There is so much material and I have been reading for months, I need to do that to make my writing better. Right now I am getting my 120 year old farmhouse back in order, power washed, replace boards, and painted. I’ll post a photo after it’s done. Lot’s of changes. I have been struggling with sever arthritis in my hips from the accident I had 8 years ago in a school setting. Many blessings and good night my friends. Jackie Lee has had some mysteries I need to write, I have a detective series with a native American team, I also am half way through a dragon book with Sophia and Gunther the dragon too. I have learned fiddle tunes and bought a gorgeous classical guitar. So, soon things will be happening. Good night.

Michele’s Evening Blog 06/30/21

Good Evening Patriots,

I hope this finds you cooler than what we experienced over the weekend and first of this week in Washington. I was in fiddle camp all weekend and it was so much fun! I met great people, lots of tunes, and had a great time. Teachers were from Scotland, and Spain, in addition to America. I haven’t been practicing since Sunday when temperatures soared sky high, this is the first time I am back on my computer too. Lot’s of things are happening in the news, try to stay positive. Only better times are ahead, our state opened up today, but I don’t understand how the virus is better now? All of a sudden it’s over? Hmmm…..

I finally found and bought my classical Martin Guitar, it’s lovely, I have always wanted one. I have a beautiful steel string Martin I might put up for sell. I guess I should get back into the book I am writing, if author shows start back up soon…. Have a good evening and I will try to post more this week. I am sure that all of you find it a bit strange to now be able to leave your house and not wear a mask to go to the store. I think it will take a long time to get back to feeling comfortable again with being around people. Have courage, you can always post a comment here or ask a question, I will get back to you. Have a safe evening.


Michele’s Blog


Sorry I have not posted a blog for a while, too much has been going on. So, just a few thoughts below.

I’m so excited!

I just bought a Martin/Humphrey Classical 2001 Millennium C-1R Guitar, I thinking of selling my Limited Edition 2000 Martin SPOM – 16 Acoustic Guitar, I think one guitar with my violin is all I need. Something to think about. If you are interested in finding out about it, you can send me a message on this website.

I have been busy working on music, so my stories are waiting patiently for me to come back to them. Jackie Lee is getting into all kinds of trouble, I had better go check on him.

Everyone have an awesome weekend, I have Heart of Sierra Fiddle Camp to attend. Be sure and check it out, there are still openings and it’s all on line, so anyone can attend. http://sierrafiddlecamp.org


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The Fire of Mary’s Immaculate Heart and Peace

I had the AHa moment today. I have been reading a delightful series of mystery’s about Native Americans on Wind River Reservation. I have been searching for my Indian heritage, I found that my grandmother was Cherokee through many years of research, my grandfather was adopted, but he was Cherokee or Little Creek. Looking at facial features from myself I am Cherokee for sure, my brother too. It’s sad that during their lives our grandparents had to hide their heritage. I have been reading a lot lately and learning fiddle tunes. My writing will take hold and run again soon. I have one book almost done and another half way written. We need to pray for the the fire of Mary’s Immaculate Heart of love to descend upon earth. It’s a prophesy from 1650 by 7 nuns in South America. They are uncorrupted in glass coffins, they were the only uncorrupted in that time. The prediction is that satin is furious and throwing his attacks upon earth right now, and people for 400 years have been praying for us in this century. We are living in amazing times, so much will be revealed and come to light.

Michele’s Daily Blog June 10th 2011

Chef James will have a new delicious dish out on Sunday. Be sure to check back and watch it on his YOUTUBE channel. Jackie Lee is getting sheep, so he has been a bit busy. I will have to rein him in for a new book soon. He will have tons of new stories to tell. Have a delightful evening.

A Shameful thing for our Faith.

Washington State Catholics, have a look

Here is the full list of Bishops opposed to restricting pro-abort politicians from receiving the Eucharist.
May they be forever regarded as Haters of Children and Enemies of God.

Cardinal Blase Cupich of Chicago
Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York
Cardinal Wilton Gregory of Washington
Cardinal Seán O’Malley, OFM Cap., of Boston
Cardinal Joseph Tobin, CSsR, of Newark
Archbishop Andrew Bellisario, CM, of Anchorage-Juneau
Archbishop Paul Etienne of Seattle
Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller, MSpS of San Antonio
Archbishop Mitchell Rozanski of St. Louis
Archbishop Dennis Schnurr of Cincinnati
Archbishop John Wester of Santa Fe
Bishop Joseph Bambera of Scranton
Bishop Mark Bartchak of Altoona-Johnstown
Bishop Steven Biegler of Cheyenne
Bishop John Michael Botean of St. George in Canton for the Romanians
Bishop Frank Caggiano of Bridgeport
Bishop Randolph Calvo of Reno
Bishop Brendan Cahill of Victoria
Bishop Robert Coerver of Lubbock
Bishop Christopher Coyne of Burlington
Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio of Brooklyn
Bishop Timothy Doherty of Lafayette, Indiana
Bishop Ronald Hicks of Joliet
Bishop William Joensen of Des Moines
Bishop Donald Kettler of St. Cloud
Bishop Joseph Kopacz of Jackson
Bishop Robert McElroy of San Diego
Bishop Michael McGovern of Belleville
Bishop Shawn McKnight of Jefferson City
Bishop William Medley of Owensboro
Bishop Michael Mulvey of Corpus Christi
Bishop David O’Connell, CM of Trenton
Bishop Richard Pates, Apostolic Administrator of Crookston
Bishop Lawrence Persico of Erie
Bishop Mark Seitz of El Paso
Bishop Michael Sis of San Angelo
Bishop John Stowe, OFM Conv., of Lexington
Bishop Anthony Taylor of Little Rock
Bishop David Toups of Beaumont
Bishop George Thomas of Las Vegas
Bishop Louis Tylka, Coadjutor Bishop of Peoria
Bishop Joseph Tyson of Yakima
Bishop Joe Vásquez of Austin
Bishop Michael Warfel of Great Falls-Billings
Bishop Edward Weisenburger of Tucson
Bishop Thomas Zinkula of Davenport
Bishop Patrick Zurek of Amarillo
Bishop Mark Bartosic, Auxiliary of Chicago
Bishop Ramon Bejarano, Auxiliary of San Diego
Bishop Kevin Birmingham, Auxiliary of Chicago
Bishop Michael Boulette, Auxiliary of San Antonio
Bishop Roy Campbell Jr., Auxiliary of Washington
Bishop Robert Casey, Auxiliary of Chicago
Bishop Manuel Cruz, Auxiliary of Newark
Bishop John Dolan, Auxiliary of San Diego
Bishop Mario Dorsonville-Rodríguez, Auxiliary of Washington
Bishop Eusebio Elizondo, MSpS, Auxiliary of Seattle
Bishop Jeffrey Grob, Auxiliary of Chicago
Bishop Gary Janak, Auxiliary of San Antonio
Bishop J. Gregory Kelly, Auxiliary of Dallas
Bishop Elias Lorenzo, OSB, Auxiliary of Newark
Bishop Robert Lombardo, CFR, Auxiliary of Chicago
Bishop John Manz, Auxiliary of Chicago
Bishop Joseph Perry, Auxiliary of Chicago
Bishop Mark Rivituso, Auxiliary of St. Louis
Bishop Michael Saporito, Auxiliary of Newark
Bishop Gregory Studerus, Auxiliary of Newark
Bishop Andrew Wypych, Auxiliary of Chicago

A Beautiful Eagle

Yesterday I looked out of my window and this is what I saw! A gorgeous young Bald Eagle sitting on my fence. My horse wasn’t bothered all by him, the Eagle sat there for 20 minutes looking back and forth for food. Finally he saw something in the back of my property and flew away. He was back last night with road kill, so I believe he has moved in. It was such a treat to see him just sitting there yesterday morning.

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