“You’ll know who you are when you start losing things.” “It took a bit of ill-humor to make yourself up … Continue reading One tough mother
“They had never had anything but now they had nothing. Mary realized how different those two conditions were.” In Mary … Continue reading What I’m reading this week
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by tips from Lori Schaefer I was browsing around the net today and came across some tips… Continue reading Tips for reading and writing with kids
Whew! Just finished this giant of a book this morning on the elliptical. It’s the first in the Century Trilogy … Continue reading One down, two to go
Want to know what I’ve discovered? My goals are in direct conflict with one another. Yup. I mean, what was I thinking?
What are those two opposing goals? Walking more and writing more. The trouble, of course, is that one requires sitting on my butt at the computer for hours at a time and the other requires that I …uhm… don’t. Continue reading “To walk or to write, that is the question”
The Blogging 101 assignment for today is to personalize a prompt from the Daily Post. Here’s the prompt: “Tell us … Continue reading Letting the River Run
Thank you that sunshiny girl over at http://goldenlifeliving.com/2015/01/17/sisterhood-of-the-world-bloggers-award-2/ for the nomination. The rules for the award to follow are as … Continue reading Are you my sister?
I think of myself as a big chicken, bumpy white flesh and all, so I loved Silver Lining Mama ‘s “Stick … Continue reading I’m a Big Chicken