Great Read! by Kathryn Vaughn,posted Nov 18 2013 12:18PM
As a writer, I suppose it's not unusual that I read a lot. I digest at the very least 4 books a month, 8 or more when I am not writing my own. I am through the first draft of my latest book which I started last summer, and now I am on Chapter 10 of the edit process. I just finished reading An Irish Country Doctor by Patrick Taylor. I like to think of it being like a box of chocolates because I had to force myself to only read two chapters a day so it would last longer! If you enjoyed any of James Harriot's All Creatures Great and Small group, you will love this one. The animals are funny, but this story is about two people Doctors. It's clever, hilarious and has all the ingredients to make you never want to put it down and be sorry it's over. I have already ordered up a few others he's written and I'll be sure to let you know if they are as good.
So often, long-time fans of our old program Magic At Night talk about how much they enjoyed it. As I was lucky enough to host that fun show, I miss it, too. So, I've taken the time to find as many of the songs that we used to play on the show and put them in their own Pinterest Board. It's called 'Magic at Night with Kathryn Vaughn.' I've found quite a few of the gems, many of which we still play on Magic Sunday Morning. It's fun to see David Sanborn when he looked like a teen! Since I have so much fun on Pinterest, I've also made more Pinterest boards! You can find Magic 98 Saturday at the 70's, Magic 98 Sunday at the 80's, and Magic 98 Musicians Corner which is interviews with these great artists. These are in addition to the Magic Sunday Morning and Magic Sunday Morning Show Videos which have been up on Pinterest for some time now. I know it's not the same as hearing one great tune after another on the radio, but taking a few minutes to see your favorite artist is just plain ole fun! Please check them out when you feel a lull in your life!
Chuckles by Kathryn Vaughn,posted Nov 7 2013 2:44PM
Many moons ago, I bought this fish. He was in a group of other fish to be the natural part of Joe The Turtle's diet. Well, he ate the other 5 and this fellow just kept escaping. So, I have since made him (actually he made himself) a pet. Last month, he was named Skippy. He has been Horace, Gulpy, Tuna Man, Wonder Boy, Turk, Happy Pants, Charlie, Slurrpy, Fish Pants, Willie, Dumbo, Dirk, Dynofish, Dopey, Chicklet, Cookie, Pooky, Porkchop, Pandora, Pond Boy, Skipper, Piglet, Calvin, Harry, Corndog, Groovypuss, Hankman and this week, in honor of this face he made at me, Chuckles. He is certainly a clown fish!