I am pleased to announce that L.A. (Lois) Lewandowski will be joining the staff of Indies Unlimited as a contributing author.
Lois graduated from Rutgers, The State University with a degree in Political Science and French Literature. She relocated to Tampa, Florida in 1994, and says she loves it there. She plays tennis, does Pilates and yoga, and enjoys the ability to be outside year round. Tampa bay offers a great lifestyle to the lucky people who live there. (WTF? I better be getting a kickback from the Florida Department of Tourism for this.)
Lois also has a great blog on culture and cuisine—two things we could do with a bit more of around this joint. Be sure to check out her blog to learn more. Let’s face it, though, what with blogging here and scrubbing the Indies Unlimited plasma conduits, she’s not going to have a lot of extra time for blogging elsewhere. Lois’ regular feature articles will appear here each Monday afternoon. Please join us in welcoming her to the Indies Unlimited team!
30 thoughts on “L. A. Lewandowski Joins Staff of IU”
Welcome, hockey sister! Looking forward to your stuff. 🙂
Hockey babe and Dark Lord,
I'm really excited to be joining a team of equally unbalanced yet brilliant individuals. I have lots of ideas swirling around, I just need to catch them!
You've got the right stuff, Lady. Glad to have you here!
I'll drink to unbalanced. Wait, I'll drink to *become* unbalanced. Oh, you know what I mean…
Welcome, Lois. Happy to see you here.
Thanks, David. How about "brilliantly unbalanced?"
Works for me! 🙂
Talk about a bolt from the blue (blue stocking, blue blood?) !! I love this addition. Welcome Lois. I am so thrilled to see you here.
I have a lot of work to do to keep up with this crowd, but you all inspire me to push myself.
Yay Lois! Welcome. It's a party now. 🙂
I was partying all week, but you can wear the lamp shade.
Welcome aboard, Lois! I'm looking forward to all the "food" you're going to prepare for us here. 🙂
Thanks Diane! Food for thought, perhaps? 🙂
Want to get something done? Give it to a busy person.
It's that old 80/20 rule, Tom. When you're busy doing something you love it doesn't seem like work! 🙂
Welcome Lois! At last – a bit more than gruel for lunch! Great to have you on board this supership!!
I don't want to break any rules, but can't we at least add raisins to the gruel?
BTW, I've enjoyed reading all your pieces. I hope to have something worthwhile to contribute to this A-team.
As a fellow newbie to the block, welcome to this gang of misfits. Anyone who has a "cocktails" section in their blog is okay by me!
Cocktails should be their own food group, don't you think?
Culture and cuisine? I thought writers were supposed to suffer.
Try to suffer through a bowl of Italian Wedding Soup, Christopher. Complain the whole time time so the Dark Lord truly believes you. This will be our strength.
Lois, I would like to complain about how terribly good something gluten-free tastes after you've painstakingly prepared it for me. Just sayin'.
OMG, why had I never encountered Italian Wedding soup until recently? Seriously addicted.
I'm on it, Mistress of Minions.
Italian wedding? I suffer for my craft … it's stone soup for me.
Italian wedding soup has never even seen Italy….
All I knows is it's seen my stomach and it likes it.
Today I'm making a version of chicken noodle with sliced chicken sausage and spinach. A slightly quicker version. 🙂
Mmmm… sounds incredible. Can I pass you this empty bowl, Lois?
Interesting, I know lots of Italian Americans who make it. This requires research.
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