May 26, 2015

I Hope You'll Join Me In June...

I am thrilled to introduce Larkspur Bungalow to the Pacific Northwest in June. The book signing venues are intentionally unconventional, as this writer prides herself on marching to the beat of her own drum! You might notice that there is not one bookstore in the bunch. Nope! The locations were hand~picked by me and the owners have been lovely to share their space for a series of unique events.

I also choose to believe that Meredith would regularly scour the stellar collection of treasures in each and every one of these beautiful boutiques. Who's Meredith? You'll know once you read Larkspur Bungalow!


Wednesday June 3rd 4~8 pm
Salem's First Wednesday
Where the Sidewalk Begins
223 Commercial Street NE
Salem, Oregon
20% of the sales from the June 3rd event will be donated to the Salem~Keizer Educational Foundation

Saturday June 6th 12~4 pm
BillyGoat Vintage
200 Broadway 
Portland, Oregon

Tuesday June 9th 3~7 pm
Bridgeport Village Art Walk
Mapel Boutique
Bridgeport Village
Tualatin, Oregon

Friday June 12th 3~6 pm
Mod Pod
115 NW 2nd Street
Corvallis, Oregon

Saturday June 13th 11~3 pm
Wishbone Home and Design
41 B Street 
Lake Oswego, Oregon

May 18, 2015

The People Have Spoken...

If you read last week's blog you know that America recently voted on a very important issue! Check out the attached video because there is a winner and her name has been respectfully submitted to President Obama for consideration. Stay tuned...

May 9, 2015

I Want A Twenty For Mother's Day...

You may have heard rumblings of a national campaign to excuse Andrew Jackson from his longstanding post on the twenty dollar bill and replace his mug with a female leader. This is a very real effort and it is coming to an end on Mother's Day.

The long list of extraordinary women has been whittled down to four and the decision has been placed in our hands. Attached you will find a link. Click on it and peruse the site. You can cast one vote for the woman you believe should emerge as the face of the twenty dollar bill.

Will it be Eleanor Roosevelt? Maybe Harriet Tubman. Perhaps you will cast your vote for Wilma Mankiller or Rosa Parks. One of these fine female leaders will soon be presented to the White House as the final candidate selected to hopefully make her way to our U.S currency.

Who did you vote for?