Category Archives: Hannah Alexander

Looking for a Doctor? (by Hannah Alexander)

I’ve received quite a bit of input lately from former patients who are having trouble finding a doctor who will listen and is willing to prescribe the meds needed. Mel did that for them when we had our own clinic, … Continue reading

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A Drive to Remember (by Hannah Alexander)

This week Mel and I are moving into our permanent home. I mean that with all my heart. Permanent. God might have other ideas, but while we’re on this earth, I never want to undertake another move. This past weekend, … Continue reading

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Switchbacks (by Hannah Alexander)

This past week, Mel and I hiked a breathtakingly beautiful trail up Casper Mountain in Wyoming. One thing about Wyoming I love is that we still have mountains and lakes and rivers and trails–all kinds of beauty–but fewer people crowd … Continue reading

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Check Your Engines: An Animal Story (by Hannah Alexander)

Once upon a time, fourteen years ago, I stepped onto the front porch of our house and caught a mama cat nursing three half-grown kittens. She was a pretty thing, as were her kittens. Calico and tortoiseshell. But I immediately … Continue reading

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The Things I’ve HEARD!!! (by Hannah Alexander)

Having lived in small communities all my adult life, I know the power of hearsay. Rumors. In fact, one of my favorite games as a kid was playing “Telephone,” when we would begin with one statement, whisper it around a … Continue reading

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The Right Gear by Hannah Alexander

Have you moved lately? I don’t mean getting out and moving your body, but moving your household to another place. We did that this past weekend and I discovered how out-of-shape I have become. We (meaning mostly Mel) filled a … Continue reading

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Binge Much? (by Hannah Alexander)

I’ve been seeing this term more often lately–binge watching. We binge on television shows, watching half a season of our favorite TV shows in one sitting just because we have the technology. Because it’s available now. Maybe there are other … Continue reading

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The Wedding Kiss (by Hannah Alexander)

At long last, I have uploaded my newly rewritten novel, The Wedding Kiss, to Kindle. If you belong to Kindle Unlimited, it’s there, too. I’m particularly excited about the cover, designed by a very good friend, Angela Hunt. This book … Continue reading

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A Passion (by Hannah Alexander)

Last week I was working my way through a mountain of documents and paperwork, tired of the whole thing and wishing I could just burn it all. Tax documents? Who cares. Yeah, yeah, I know, the minute I throw something … Continue reading

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Grist for the Mill (by Hannah Alexander)

There was a sudden, repeated jangle of the doorbell–not once but many times. Then came a pounding at the front door at our house yesterday. Someone was yelling, but I couldn’t hear what she said. I was, of course, in … Continue reading

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My Own Occam’s Razor by Hannah Alexander

In the 13th century, a friar by the name of William Ockham proposed that the simplest answer to a problem was most likely the best. This was something Mel and I discovered the hard way this morning. Something happened to … Continue reading

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When You’re Seeking Requited Love by Hannah Alexander

Have you ever read a novel with a good romance woven through the pages? It’s the kind of novel I like to write. I discovered when I first began writing decades ago that I didn’t possess the imagination that some … Continue reading

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Just Do It by Hannah Alexander

My Class Reunion You know how resolutions go. I know how they go for me. I can say I’m going to do something, but those words don’t carry me very far. Families talk about having reunions, but no one gets … Continue reading

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What’s Your Direction?

I love paths, roads, trails, anything that takes me to a place I’ve never been before, and often I stay on a trail a little longer than expected because I can never resist discovering what is just around the far … Continue reading

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Loving the Green by Hannah Alexander

Don’t you just love evergreens? I haven’t had a Christmas tree for a lot of years–and when I did, it was often fake. But we have spruce and lodgepole pine trees around our house that protect us from the harshest … Continue reading

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