I write because it makes me smile. I read because it makes me think.

Tag: life

Yellow Tulip

Tiny Tome #1

I write daily devotionals; it is part of my faith practice. The resulting brief essays are part meditation and part writing exercise. I have quite an accumulation and decided to select 31 for my first tiny tome digital book, Joy in the Morning, Words of Hope and Encouragement. Some are in prose form, some are written as… Read More ›

ONE ROOF PUBLISHING

Seen at Walmart

Somewhere in the world Short short shorts with butt cheeks hanging out, a man, wearing a dress, and it didn’t even look good on him. There, see the man with a goatee dressed in bra and panties? Does one fear for his mental health or take issue with his obvious lack of good taste. Perhaps… Read More ›

Sharon Vander Meer

A musing

Thoughts on aging I am old but it pisses me off… makes my blood boil… grinds on me… is a rude awakening when people treat me like I’m old. Even worse, I recall treating old people the same – or worse – when I was young. The following is a short list of comments I… Read More ›

Turkey

Changing traditions in our current world

By Linda Kral Roswell Daily Record ROSWELL — I was watching a program the other day and one of the hosts was reporting “big pop news” that it is becoming an option these days for families to celebrate Thanksgiving on a day other than the “traditional” fourth Thursday in November. Apparently in our current world,… Read More ›

Writing

Writing lessons and life lessons

Over the past several years I’ve had the opportunity to talk to writers of varying levels of success. These wonderful interactions have taught me a lot about what it means to be a writer and how each applies to having a happy life. Write tight. Whether you are writing an advertisement or penning the Great… Read More ›

Joy in the Morning, Words of Hope and Encouragement, a tiny tome 31 pages long. Click on the Shop tab and download today for .99. Dismiss

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