Joe Beernink

Monthly Archives: June 2015

I worry a little bit that posting pictures of the beautiful sunsets we have here will make more of you want to move to Seattle. But I figure, if you’re reading this blog, you’re probably good folk. Just the same, if you don’t know how to merge in fast moving traffic, we’ve got enough of your type of people around here already. Just enjoy the scenery vicariously through me.

Heard this song the other day, and it just stuck with me. Very pretty, and calls to be on a soundtrack somewhere. Enjoy.

No, not a cattle roundup. A roundup of news and what’s been going on and keeping me busy lately. At the risk of no one reading past the first news, I am going to start with the goings on regarding Nowhere Wild. Obviously, there was the big news from Friday night of getting the first copies of the ARC. That was a pretty thrilling night. I let Lisa open the package. Just… Read More

Today was the First Annual Seattle GBS-CIDP Walk and Roll at Magnuson Park. It’s been over three years since I first came down with GBS. Walking a mile back then would have killed me. Now, it’s a just a Sunday stroll with the family, in a beautiful park along Lake Washington with a large group of GBS Survivors, each with heartbreaking stories of how GBS brought them down, and uplifting stories of… Read More

Look what landed in my mailbox today…. My very first ARC (Advanced Readers Copy) of Nowhere Wild! I am thrilled beyond words. There is much squee! Lisa has not read it in a couple of years, and a lot has changed in the story since she last read it. I can’t wait to get her thoughts on it. I’ll have more words for the interwebs later this weekend. For now, I’m going… Read More