Lisa Ricard Claro – Author

Romance is good for your heart!

Tag Cloud

Amazon animals Author Bailey Beach Black Opal Books books Cat Cathy C. Hall cats children Christmas contest creative commons Dog dog quotes dogs editing Facebook Fireflies Flickr.com Florida giveaway Goodreads Huffington Post Kristan Higgins love Love Built to Last Love to Believe Luna marriage Naked Truth Nora Roberts Pawsitive Pondering pets Random.org Rigby Robert Robinson romance RWA Sioux Roslawski Tierney James write Writer Writing

Archive for Tag: creative commons

Holy Guano, Batman!

Posted on Jun 5, 2015 by   12 Comments | Posted in Uncategorized

Observations from the Tub A dear friend of mine has become the unwitting hostess to a mama bat and her nursing babies. Because the bats are protected by law, there can be no eviction of the little beasties until August. In the meantime, she has highly toxic bat poo collecting in her attic. The cost [Read more…]

Observations From the Tub: Me-owmazed! by CatConLA

Posted on May 1, 2015 by   8 Comments | Posted in Uncategorized

Heading to Los Angeles June 6-7? If so, drop by CatConLA, the cat lovers’ convention that is being touted as the ComicCon for cat people. There isn’t a cat in the world that wouldn’t agree this is a me-ownderful idea. Here’s the description, quoted directly from the CatConLA website: “CatConLA is a two-day weekend event [Read more…]

Observations from the Tub: Doing the Right Thing, With $500 Interest!

Posted on Apr 17, 2015 by   10 Comments | Posted in Uncategorized

Today’s Observations from the Tub: Wouldn’t it be great if so many people did the right thing that doing the right thing was too common an occurrence to make the news? But since that isn’t the case, kudos to this guy who made things right: A Croatian man lost his wallet 14 years ago. It [Read more…]

When Ya Just Gotta Sing!

Posted on Apr 8, 2015 by   28 Comments | Posted in The Naked Truth · Uncategorized

Over the Easter weekend, the hubster and I traveled to Virginia to visit family. We had a wonderful visit, and I was reminded both why I love all of those people so much, and how lucky I am to be loved by them in return. The only bad part of the trip was the inevitable [Read more…]

The Illustrated Woman: Promises in Ink

Posted on Mar 4, 2015 by   30 Comments | Posted in Uncategorized

  Don’t make promises you can’t or won’t keep. In spite of everything, I still believe in the sanctity of that statement. When my kids were but wee kidlets, they learned that saying “I promise” is equivalent in the Claro home to engaging in a legal contract. “I promise” is better than “yes,” superior to [Read more…]

%d bloggers like this: