A more important message

If it’s Friday, it must be France will be back next week. I’m up to my ears in my manuscript … and on a roll … gotta keep at it! So forgive me for slacking off blog-wise today.

In the meantime I want to share this very important message from my friend Natalie Hartford’s blog. When Natalie isn’t writing fall-on-the-floor hilarious posts, she is the most authentic and effective advocate against drinking and driving that I know and with good reason, as you will see.

This St. Patty’s day weekend, celebrate the luck of the Irish and be sure to plan ahead!

Two years ago, my beautiful mother-in-law’s life was cut tragically short by an impaired driver. In honor of Donna Jean Kennie, please don’t drink and drive. Impaired driving is 100% preventable. Think about it.

Support MADD Canada and follow them on FacebookTwitter (@maddcanada), YouTube, and on the Web.

Published by patriciasands

Patricia Sands lives in Toronto, Canada when she isn't somewhere else, particularly the south of France. With a happily blended family of seven adult children and, at last count, six grandchildren, life is full and time is short. Beginning with her first Kodak Brownie camera at the age of six, she has told stories all of her life through photography. Much to her surprise a few years ago, she began to write and has now published three novels, including two that are part of a six-book series set in the south of France. Love France? Love her work! Check out her website www.patriciasandsauthor.com She is particularly drawn to the rewarding friendships of women and the challenges many embrace once their families are grown. "It's never too late to begin something new," she enthuses. "As the saying goes, just do it!"

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