Category: one word Wednesday

Spring Work

The sun is melting away the lingering snow. Chipmunks and squirrels are scampering in the woods behind our house. Birds are chirping. Grass is turning green. Poppies are working their way through the soil in the front flower… Read More

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Simplifying Easter for Kids

The Easter season always reminds me of my years as Children’s Ministry Director. With all the hype about Easter eggs and bunny rabbits around, children can become confused about the real meaning of the season. I loved explaining… Read More

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A Love Affair

Love is in the air. It is, after all, February. I must confess I’ve caught the love bug and I’m having an affair. A love affair with words. Long before I met my husband and shared my heart with… Read More

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Blank Pages

Love this graphic by Holley Gerth and so appreciate her willingness to share.  I’m already writing as fast as I can to fill the pages of 2015 with good words and great things.   Not dwelling on the past… Read More

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De-stressing the next 61 days

Halloween is two days away. That can only mean Thanksgiving and Christmas are on the horizon. Whatever calm and order in our world will soon disappear into preparations and participation for holiday festivities. All those preparations are taxing. The family gatherings… Read More

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SUPPORTING YOUR FAVORITE AUTHORS

Today’s book market is flooded. Don’t believe me check out the statistics… According to Worldometers, so far this year 1,975,193 new book titles have been published. In 2012, there were 3,500 books published each day in the US…. Read More

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PINK – One Word Wednesday

October is pink month. You see pink everywhere. The designation of October as National Breast Cancer Awareness Month (NBCAM) began in 1985 as a partnership between the American Cancer Society and the pharmaceutical division of Imperial Chemical Industries,… Read More

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