Monthly Archives: October 2014

Writing 3.4 – Giving & Getting Advice

Originally posted on brainsnorts inc.:
The only thing writers do more than write is give advice about writing.  Now that I am in a position to consider considering myself a published author, I thought I should look back at the…

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Why I Won’t Apologize to Borderlines

Here’s some really sensible advice; particularly useful as we move into the traditionally hazardous Thanksgiving season.

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Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Photo Challenge: Macro…raindrops in the French forest

Originally posted on This, that and the other thing:
We stopped to look at a lake and I wandered off to take photos of some more mushrooms.  On my way back, I spotted this, another example of why I’m enthralled…

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To the lady in Walmart

To the lady in Walmart. Thanks for your terrific rendering of the kid’s amazement at being punished for what was becoming a “bad” word. Another history lesson on how to keep up with Political Correctness, a difficult task in a … Continue reading

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Colors inside

A much-heard complaint! I read Deepak Chopra’s “Quantum Healing” book, for the umpteenth time, even if I don’t always remember the Quantum Physics part. The clarity of his writing leads me to believe there is a way, and someone somewhere … Continue reading

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Surviving a Stroke at 33 (and Blogging About It)

Originally posted on The WordPress.com Blog:
Christine Hyung-Oak Lee suffered a stroke when she was 33, and she has written about her experience in an inspiring personal essay for BuzzFeed. Before that, she was using a pseudonym on WordPress.com to…

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