Hey, I just wanted a place to practice writing and a blog seemed like a good start. I live on a lake in Southern Ohio with my husband of 44 years and my mini doxie. I’m a high school teacher, mother of two and grandmother of six beautiful girls ( no, really, they are and I have the pictures to prove it). My current and so far enduring interest is the Outlander series by Diana Gabaladon. I have an artistic bent, love to see places I’ve never seen before and treasure learning new things especially about old things.
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Thank you for writing about Jamie and his faith. Well thought out and beautifully written. I too have doxies (3) and am a teacher.
Sorry I didn’t see this till now! You are welcome. Curious about the doxies. One of mine snapped at someone this week!
I recently discovered your blog ~ LOVE it!!
TY! I just updated this page a few seconds ago! So funny! Welcome!
Love your writing. How awesome to find another Ohioan who loves Diana’s writing.
Yea! Where from?
I had a problem with the ending of MOBY. And so far, I’ve not seen anyone address it not even Diana. Surely I am not the only one who noticed the discrepancy in the timeline when Jamie and Claire go home and Roger and Brianna go back thro the stones. If Roger and Brianna go back and its 1739 why are they able to find her parents 40 yrs later?
What am I missing?
My copy of the new companion came today and nothing is mentioned there and I don’t know who else to ask.
PIt’s been awhile since I read it, but I think the time decrepency has to do with the children Jem and Mandy being able to sense where and when people are in time.
I am so grateful for your blog, which is very very good. Like you, Outlander and Diana Gabaldon inspired me to write. So I feel a strong connection to your content and analysis. It was exactly what I was looking for.
Hi Laurence! Glad you found me! I haven’t written anything Outlander related for a while, but there should be plenty to read anyway I think I wrote somewhere close 190 pieces lol! Yes, Diana is very inspiring!
Hi Beth, great to find your blog, as someone who has made their way into Outlander from the TV series and now wants to read the books! We visited some of the locations the other month and were blown away by the beauty of Scotland – even made a movie, when I could get my partner to calm down between location visits! Thought you might get a buzz from it anyway – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nJ919gkyB4A – all the best, Jules