Ready and Waiting

Aunt Vallie is a sweet lady who wants to turn her grandma’s big Victorian house into a home for children who are needing a forever home. It’s an interesting old house with lots of room inside and outside to explore and have adventures in. The bedrooms have fluffy big beds to sleep in (or maybe to jump on and have pillow fights for fun) and a small library filled with books and games. Outside there is a big barn waiting for something to come live there too!. And a big swing hanging on an old oak branch to enjoy and create your own dreams!


A Learning Curve

Each day is definitely a journey of learning. I am so blessed to have the time and ability (mild to moderate depending on the day, Ha Ha) to continue to write and learn all I can about the world of writings and publishing.

The most visible sign of my hours of labor is the photo that is featured on this blog. I didn’t even know you could add art or photos to your blog until I saw a gap on my first blog. With some research, I think I know how to do this. Victory. YEA!

The sweet little girl is Molly. She is the very first child to come and reside at Spring Hill Inn for Children. Is she not Absolutely Precious!!! She is the the creation and artwork of Cathleen Klibanoff. The art is entitled “Blow Away”.

When I first saw Molly, I just fell in love with her sweet face and her intense focus on the tiny dandelion seeds floating up in the sky. I instantly “knew” who she was and couldn’t wait to start writing about her.

You can learn about Molly if you use the pull down menu on “Children” and select “Molly”. There is a letter written by Molly to perspective parents that might wish to adopt her.

Furthermore, she is the first subject of a whole series of books for young children that will be available in October (I hope).
The name of the book is “Where Do Dandelions Go?”

Please let me know what you think about Molly and what we are creating! Have a wonderful day!

My Very First BLOG


Hello everyone!!!! This is my very first time to ever write a blog! Or even write on a blog. I have read some amazing blogs but I have never had the nerve to do it myself.

Today I am liberated from all my concerns that I might not do it right and I have jumped into this cool world of sharing information.YEA!

I have overcome my lack of computer savvy in order to tell people about Spring Hill Inn for Children, the most interesting and creative place I have ever imagined or written about.

It is a place where some pretty amazing children live and they will love getting messages and answering questions you may have.
The children, both boys and girls, range in age from 6 to 13. And you will get to meet each one as they arrive to live at a very special place – Spring Hill Inn for Children.
Wow, this is FUN! Happy blogging!