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Although I enjoy reading and mulling over the WordPress Daily Writing Prompts, I’ve never used one as a subject before. That changed on March 11 with a post called Ghostwriter by blogger Michelle W. who asked, “If you could have any author – living … Continue reading
Thanks to everyone who stopped by this week to read and comment on “Tales of the Dummling” after it was freshly pressed. I’ve been getting over a cold – fortunately not the nasty flu that’s going around, but bad enough … Continue reading
In light of today’s events I am canceling the post I’ve been working on indefinitely. Sometimes words are insufficient. This is a time for prayer and silence, and as the president said, hugging the ones you love.
It’s taken me a while to write about reaching this milestone, partly because I’ve been busy, and partly because it’s hard to wrap my mind around a number this big. The only wise thought that comes to mind is, “Wow, … Continue reading
Reblogged from Living In The Now: This is my seventeenth post in a series, where each Monday (if possible) I will post about a point of reflection or insight that I will use to reflect and meditate on during the … Continue reading
Reblogged from Kristen Lamb's Blog: First of all, I want you guys to know that I MISSED YOU! July was a whirlwind month for sure and reminded me of the days when I used to be on the road for … Continue reading