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Unwritten

I am currently teaching online. Something I’ve wanted to do for a long time, but didn’t know how to accomplish said feat. I started this blog with the idea of getting people to find the value in keeping a journal. … Continue reading

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A History of Happiness

In response to Claudette’s Writing Challenge #13:  It’s In The Details http://claudetteellinger.wordpress.com/  Someone recently told me that she wanted happiness in her future. I replied that I get a bit fudgy when it comes to that word. It means so … Continue reading

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About Opportunity and #41

In response to Claudette’s Weekly Writing Challenge #4: Opportunity. Years ago, when I realized I actually had a dream (more a wish, or vague desire at the time), I read a very important piece of information. I don’t even know … Continue reading

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Challenges

In response to Claudette’s Writing Challenge # 1  “the Power of Creativity” Was very surprised when I went to check out the Writer’s Island prompt for today. The site has been closed and there will be no more weekly prompts. … Continue reading

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A Tiger Named Pain

Writer’s Island Prompt #10  “MOST AMAZING EXPERIENCE” Pain is the shell that encloses your understanding.    __Kahlil Gibran Thirty-plus years ago, I gave birth to my fourth and last child. She was beautiful and healthy, but I seemed to be in almost … Continue reading

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An Example of Synchronicity

One of the rewards of being a teacher assigning exercises within the classroom, was my choice to do those exercises right along with my students. Many of them were shocked at that practice, and even more so when I would … Continue reading

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Introduction

When I was four years old, I already knew that pencil marks could be erased and never seen again. So, I very deliberately went looking for an ink pen for the adventure I had planned (there were always one or … Continue reading

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