Something Up Her Sleeve – That’s Me!

Check out where I’ve been, what I’ve been up to and how I feel about life.

On my blog you won’t see what I did yesterday, or the day before that. That’s WAY too boring. Instead, click on the menu, over there, on the right, to read what might be of interest.

I’d love your feedback.




Mary Struble Deery fancies herself to be an artist. Not a sculptor or painter, but a “Word Arranger.” She’d prefer playing Scrabble with words. Individual letters, even if they’re Z’s and Q’s, worth a whopping 10 points each, don’t satisfy.

Mary worked in the media side of advertising, with numbers and dollars, so never had a chance to unleash her creative side. She’s now making up for lost time. If you want to find Mary, put her keyboard coordinates into your GPS. There you’ll find her with fingers flying all over.

Mary Struble Deery (3)

13 comments on “Something Up Her Sleeve – That’s Me!

  1. A trip down Memory Lane and fortunately, it wasn’t too long ago! THE best group we’ve ever been with!

  2. So glad to have found your website! Here in Fayetteville, we have a group named “Writer’s Ink”. What was your first serious poetic endeavor? Mine was “The History Tree”, 1994. May I share the first stanza: “How many see a tree and see history. Era’s gone by captured in each ring; wild flowers encamped below where once soldiers lie shivering in the snow. Minds clearing, each whispers his last goodbye.”

    Do you also Haiku? Thank you for your kind attention. My best,
    Carol S. Kannan

    • Thank you for your kind words. I looked at your blog. What language is it? I’ll bet I could use translation software to read it. I’m one of the many Americans who only dabbled in French or Spanish, so really don’t have a broad understanding of other languages. But I really do appreciate other cultures, so would love to read a translation of your blog.

  3. An interesting discussion is worth comment.
    I believe that you should publish more on this subject,
    it may not be a taboo matter but usually people do not talk about these
    subjects. To the next! All the best!!

  4. Awesome blog! Do you have any tips for aspiring writers?

    I’m planning to start my own website soon but I’m a little lost on everything.
    Would you advise starting with a free platform like WordPress or go
    for a paid option? There are so many options out there that I’m completely overwhelmed .. Any ideas? Many thanks!

  5. Ad partner: If I had known you enjoyed writing and had such a talent for it, you could have been the writer and I could have been the media expert. The writing would have been a lot better while the media buys would have suffered.

  6. Hey Mary, I’m finally joining the blogging world. You are an inspiration. Just thought you should know. Keep us smiling and laughing. Love you.

  7. You should call it something special up her sleeve! Wonderful stories and observations. Looking forward to more! Wendy

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