Good Times Tomorrow!

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I watched as my mother selected things we needed (bread, milk, cigarettes) and put them in the cart. I watched her consider things we didn’t need but would like (steaks, orange juice, cookies), and choose a few of those as well. She calculated, the prices slipping over her lips like a murmur. ~ From “Saturday Shopping”

And These Are the Good Times, Patricia Ann McNair

Tomorrow, Sunday, September 24, 2017, I will be celebrating the launch of my second book, And These Are the Good Timeswith friends and family and with the wonderful folks from Side Street Press, my publisher. In honor and anticipation of this life event, I am sharing the first few sentences of the essay “Saturday Shopping.” Why? Because it is Saturday, and I am going shopping.

I hope to see you all tomorrow, and as always, thanks for reading! – P

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Good Times in Nine Days

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source: BBC One

No one talks all that much in public, in that polite-society way we North Americans, we midwesterners especially, do. ~ From “Your Comfortable Shopping”

And These Are the Good Times, Patricia Ann McNair

In just nine days, I will be celebrating the launch of my second book, And These Are the Good Timeswith friends and family and with the wonderful folks from Side Street Press, my publisher. In honor and anticipation of this life event, I am sharing a little teaser from the ninth essay and its ninth sentence.

Thanks for reading! – PMc