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Tag Archives: writing

Using My Talents

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Iam excited about living because God loves me and has given me talents. My day begins early in the morning with Bible reading and prayer. …

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When I Grow Up

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One would think a lady who is approaching 60 years old would be pretty established in her career and may even be considering retirement. Well, …

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Goodbye Kathryn

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I was upset for days after she died of Covid. I shouldn’t have been. I never met her or heard her voice. I only knew …

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Writer’s Block

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Most of my friends are artists. I don’t know why it’s like this, but I seem to surround myself with people who love to and …

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Using My Gifts

Beads of perspiration emerged, darting across my forehead in a distressed fashion. “It’s all settled then, Maddie. You will read the mission story for our …

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Paralysis of Analysis

“You have ‘paralysis of analysis,'” said Mr. Kendall, my 8th grade science teacher after an hour of sitting with me. I was supposed to have …

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Getting Through It

One of the most often heard questions as we muddle our way through the pandemic is “How are you making it?” One of my pat …

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Snow Days

Was that snowstorm my fault? When everything closed shop and we were told to stay home, I told my niece that I’m treating it as …

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Time to Write

If you are a writer, then lockdowns, social distancing, sheltering in place, and quarantines are mighty fine times to be at home! No excuses left. …

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To Be A Writer

At 22 years old, I had just graduated from college and I thought that becoming an adult was the natural next step in life. I …

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