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Ann McCauley is a Pennsylvania women's literature author, who wrote the books Runaway Grandma and Mother Love, both available for sale at Amazon and Barnes and Noble.
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10/02/18
September Blog
Filed under: General
Posted by: Ann @ 5:34 pm

 On this the rainiest day we’ve had in a long time, I am finally writing my blog for September. And it is only two days into October. At least not as tardy as last month’s blog! I have attended several soccer games, our 16 year old granddaughter is an awesome player. She made two goals at yesterday’s game and almost two more except the girls on the other team prevented the ball from going into the net. My son always reminds me that’s what the other team is supposed to do. Can’t help it, still upsets me every time they block her would-be goals!

Two weeks ago we took two other granddaughters, one was a great granddaughter, to Buffalo for dinner and the touring Broadway musical, Charley and the Chocolate Factory at Shea’s Theater in Buffalo. They loved it and we all had a great time, didn’t arrive home until 12:30 A.M.. The next day I had to drive them home early. (Had a sub for my Sunday school class.) Then I drove the 11 year old to Brookville, PA for her soccer game. We arrived early and went for a drive past the family farm where my siblings and I grew up. When we settled my dad’s estate a few years ago we sold it to a wonderful Mennonite family, and they are taking wonderful care of it. Made me feel ambivalent seeing it again, and miss those days gone by… We went back to the soccer fields and I watched another soccer game; I even took the younger great-grands for a short walk and watched a 4-H Horse Show near the game. And again on the same day, memories took me back many years, to when I was young and rode in horse shows. After the games I met my sister and her husband for a nice long visit at a local restaurant. It was a good day and I was home before dark and fixed dinner for us, even though I wasn’t really hungry after eating most of the deep fried Mozzarella sticks I’d shared with my family! I missed lunch that day and they’d already eaten lunch.

Most of my reading this month has been continuing education credits preparations to renew my PA state nursing license. I worked very hard to get my license and plan to keep it as long as I can. A person just never knows when they just might have to go back to work! 

My review of A Dying Note, has been posted on Story Circle: http://www.storycirclebookreviews.org/reviews/dyingnote.shtml

I did read a couple novels that were not worthy of recommending to anyone. I read one book that was quite remarkable, A Quiet Fear by Thia Keen and I loved it… Well, as much as you can love a book about the horrors of sexual child abuse by her manipulating godfather/uncle. It was fiction based on her own childhood trauma in hopes to teach and inspire awareness in others. This book was sent to me by Story Circle for review.

We went to Michele Bell and Catherine Matejka’s concert/recital at St Bonaventure U. in Allegany, N.Y. last Friday evening. Phenomenal music! He was a versatile performer, had been part of the 5th Dimension singing group back in the 1960s and 70s. Cynthia was the best piano player I’ve ever heard! The were sponsored by St. Bonaventure’s Friends of Good Music.

We have finally finished Season 3 of 24. What s show! Can’t help wondering sometimes, what would Jack do? Just kidding!

Some of you might be wondering what is happening with my new book and the newsletter. Well, sadly my author assistant has had to close her business. I have taken over my own project. I truly hope by next moth at this time, I will have some concrete news about the completion.

Till next time, keep reading my friends.

Later, Ann

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