Category Archives: Inspiration

August 24th Update on Rosalie

With this post I’m signing off until September 7 while I take a much needed vacation. See you then. Please read on. Below is the latest update from Rosalie’s Facebook page. It gives a picture of what a rollercoaster this … Continue reading

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The Olympics: Still Watching and Learning

Track and Field isn’t really my cup of tea but many people love it and there are some exciting races to watch. The gold medal winner of the Men’s 100 Meter Hurdles race was just being interviewed as I turned on the television … Continue reading

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More Inspiration from the Olympics

Where were the Olympics when I was a child. I don’t ever remember seeing them on television when I was in my formative stages. (Am I old, or what?) The things I am learning now would have served me better if … Continue reading

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Watching the Olympics and Writing

My hubby and I have been watching the Olympics all week. They have been exciting and some of them have been nail-biters with the results sometimes decided by only hundredths of a second or point. The womens’ gymnastics competition was like … Continue reading

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Quote for Today

“We become whatever we are committed to.”                                                                      Rick Warren Do you suppose if a person becomes committed to writing, such a person will become a writer? (i.e. successful published writer?) Share your viewpoint. Have you discovered what you want … Continue reading

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Need to write. No pen. No paper.

We took our granddaughter home yesterday. It wasn’t a good day, but that’s another story. Her home is two and one-half hours away. That usually stretches to three hours by the time we’ve made the seemingly inescapable stops on our … Continue reading

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LATE WINTER: HOPE AND A PROMISE

I love late winter. The air is crisp and cool and clean. Blue skies are decorated With clouds of white lace and puffs of gray cotton. A trace of overnight snow melts from the pine tree — The sun glinting … Continue reading

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