The Life and Times of Poopwa Foley

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this recipe looks delicious. I can’t wait to make it.

thank you, Mary, for that MARVELOUS introduction. I must have put a spell on you.

Mary Lamphere

It’s an honor to introduce today’s SuperStar Guest Blogger, Christine Cacciatore, also known as Poopwa Foley. Because life with a funny nickname is just… better.

I met Chris through In Print Professional Writers’ Organization. But I believe we were sisters in another lifetime. She says, does, and writes things that I have, would, or might. From girl stuff to Supernatural to grandbabies, she gets me.

Chris is the co-author of the Whitfield Witch series with her sister (in this lifetime) Jenny Starkman. They have completed two books and are working on the third. In addition to her blog posts, Chris writes for the Plainfield Patch, is a regular contributor to the Not Your Mother’s anthologies, is a dedicated member of The Prompt Club, and of course, she’s FABULOUS.

It's just a bunch of Hocus Pocus! - Imgur

5K to Couch
by Christine Collins Cacciatore

If you haven’t noticed, summer’s officially here.  Bathing suits, skimpy shorts…

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as a silver sister myself, amen to this whole blog post!

Mary Lamphere

Welcome to SWEEPS WEEK! 

I am very proud to introduce my first SuperStar Guest Blogger:
Kelly Epperson Simmons!

I met Kelly about eight years ago and in that time she has grown from a dreamer into a full-blown contributor to the completion of other people’s dreams. Her accomplishments, just in the time I’ve known her, have been many and massive, and yes, just a little bit, I think, hmmm, before me she was a mild mannered ex-IRS agent working for the Literacy Council. wink, wink

Kelly surrounds herself with written words– on the page, on her walls, in the books she ghost writes, the books she reads, and in the books of the people she coaches. Kelly also surrounds herself with spoken words– humorous, insightful, loving, appreciative and caring words. It’s no wonder she’s been commended time and again for being a talented wordsmith.

Without further ado, I give you, my Kelly…

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Mary Lamphere

Seems everyone’s jumping on the blog-wagon. Right now, this minute, there are almost 200 million blog sites on the internet.
It’s crazy, really, to think that so many people have so many things to say.

I know, I should talk– I’m one of them! I stumbled onto my blog site trying to post a comment on someone else’s blog post. I was getting very frustrated with the log-in process, it seemed so complicated! That’s because I was registering for my own SITE, not registering to comment. Duh.
But, 170 posts later, it was one of my better technological errors.

Did you know that in 2004, “blogs” became so popular they influenced mainstream media to the extent that it went from a made up mash-up of “web logs” to an entry in Merriam-Webster’s printed dictionary for 2005? Ten years later, here we are… blah, blah, blog.

Blog. Ugh. What kind…

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  • Mary Fran Says: Thank you for contributing to Sweeps Week! We make a great team. Maybe we'll collaborate in our next lives? SISTERS! lol :)
  • Mary Fran Says: What's better than a Baby Shower aka Early Baby Birthday Party? Baby's FIRST Birthday Party! (Although it's hard to call them "baby" by one! They grow
  • Ann Jones: I'll have to check it out, thanks for the heads up!