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Me: Blog in Print

The lovely Editor of the Gloucester Citizen, Jenny Eastwood contacted me and asked if I would be happy to have my blog put in the paper! 35 more words


All you can give us is what life is about from your point of view. – Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life, Anne Lamott

Book Quotes

The Problem with "YOU Don't @#$% Care!"

We have all said it.

We have all been told it.

You don’t care.


Perhaps NOT!

When too people communicate, the process of sharing thoughts, expressing emotions and acting in certain manners are the mainstays. 285 more words

Behavioral Health

It all starts in the Bathroom!

Ha! Don’t get me wrong and don’t start using your brains in the wrong direction. I’m talking about music, here, about the art of singing and speaking, and why it starts in the bathroom, and well why the bathroom is actually a good place to start singing and even talking. 260 more words


One Winter Morning in the Woods

There’s nothing bland about winter. The trees are leafless. The grass are brown. The wind is cold and colder. There might be some blue sky in between the gloomy days, and we rejoice. 144 more words


Writing Journal Entry--Ninety-Three

“ has to get back to its original goal, examining the inner lives of human beings.”
— Pierre Bonnard

Wednesday, January 28th, 2015—6:30 PM

I went back over my files of these journals and it has almost been a whole year since I began writing them. 911 more words


The Voice is the Point of View

An author must be clear on who is telling the story. Generally, it is the protagonist, the main character. But, it can be someone else. For today, let us focus on the fact that the voice in the story is the point of view, sometimes noted as the POV. 112 more words