Welcome to my blog: Musings by Ramona.

Five Quick Facts About Me:

  1. Though I have lived in Boston for quite a few years, I will always be a Montanan at heart. There is nothing like mountains, a good fly fishing river, and the sweet smell of a pine forest.
  2. I enjoy reading, writing, spending time with family and friends, gardening, fly fishing, and traveling.
  3. My work as a family nurse practitioner is rewarding and challenging at the same time.
  4. Writing has filled a creative void in my life. After spending over a decade focusing all of my energies on the healing arts as a nurse practitioner student and nurse practitioner, I have rediscovered the joys of research and creating stories.  Quite simply, it makes my soul sing.
  5. I have not yet mastered the art of the “staycation.” Travel to new lands or to familiar, favorite haunts is one of my favorite pastimes. I have traveled to numerous countries and I enjoy learning about new cultures and customs. I love reading travel guides and dreaming about my next trip.

So, here is a little about me. This blog will be about my adventures in Boston and my attempt to become a published author.  Wish me luck!

Thanks for visiting!

  • Laura

    How great Ramona! So excited to read about your adventures :)

  • courtney

    I am so excted to read your blog! Great pic… where was it taken? Courtney

    • Hi Courtney. The picture was one of the stock choices I could pick from, but I really liked it.

  • Cara

    Yay! I love to know what my good friend is up to-this will allow a mega mind tap!! So geeked about your writing topic of interest, as you well know it is a shared passion!

    • Hi Cara! Thanks for reading. Hope you are well and hope you enjoy.

  • kpc

    Thanks for sharing! Can’t wait to keep up with what’s going on with you. :)
    This winter I have started teaching Spanish to Tom, and I’m using my old Destinos books. Lots of memories of when we were younger chicas!

    • So great to hear from you! Good luck with teaching Spanish to Tom- Destinos quotes emerge out of no where for me “Hector, hay que hablar con Hector.” Yes, great memories of younger chicas.

  • Candace

    This is wonderful- a first blog for both of us!

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