Tag: Judythe Morgan

One Word Wednesday – SIT

I have a Matese name Buster and this is so him. He loves to sit, especially on my lap. Sitting is good if you’re a Buster, but for a writer doing this is better. Because, if all you do is …

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How are you celebrating National Leprechaun Day?

Today is National Leprechaun Day. No one knows the origins of the National Leprechaun Day holiday, but I’d be guessing one of the tiny creatures came up with the idea for a day in his honor. Being a …

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Mother’s Day 2013

  Mother’s Day is a celebration honoring mothers and motherhood, maternal bonds, and the influence of mothers in society. Today I want to say an extra special thank you to so many mothers who teach their children the …

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The Itsy Bitsy Spider

by Guest Blogger Chicken Wrangler Sara Our next-door neighbor called yesterday afternoon and said, “There is something on the outside wall of your house that you will want to see.” My first question was “Is it alive?” “Very …

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One Word Wednesday – AUTHOR

AUTHOR – the word conjures many images. So how do you recognize an author? My friend and multipublished author Joan Reeves created this fabulous video about how to recognize an author. Enjoy!

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Where do you write?

I’m always fascinated by where writers write and what their writing spaces look like. I enjoy looking at pictures of famous authors’ desk and writing spaces. Some places where writers write are pretty awesome. Charlotte Bronte’s Writing Space This blog …

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Visitor at School

by Guest Blogger Chicken Wrangler Sara Coco, our youngest dachshund, was sick this week with a bacterial infection in her stomach. The vet said not to feed her for 24 hours.   I figured the other three dachshunds …

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The National Day of Prayer

In 1952, the United States Senate designated the first Thursday in May as a National Day of Prayer. A day set aside when Americans of all faiths gather in prayer in front of courthouses, houses of worship, mosques, synagogues, and …

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One Word Wednesday – ACTION

“Start by doing what’s necessary; then do what’s possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible.”   ~St. Francis of Assisi~ Novels begin with the first word on the page or computer screen. ACTION on your part gets that …

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Tipping Point The Final Phase

Our downsizing journey, which began in the fall of 2012, ended on a balmy day in March. Once the truck and van were unloaded, the real fun work began—finding places for all we’d brought with us. Even though …

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