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Choosing to Stay — Ordinary Epiphanies

Seven. That’s the number of consecutive summers I spent moving. Some were minor moves, across town to college dorms. Some were more significant – across state borders and into new communities.

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Share Your World: 2016 Week 35

List 2 things you have to be happy about?

My life as it now is, and the person I share it with

If you could take a photograph, paint a picture or write a story of any place in the world, what and where would it be? 561 more words

Share Your World

Suzanne Gunter McClendon reblogged this on McClendon Villa and commented:

Hey there, my kitty loving friends. Check out this post for an interesting story about cats at a museum. :)

Introducing the Drabble Quarterly

The Drabble Vol. 1, Iss. 1

Please check out the first issue of our quarterly e-zine featuring some of our favorite pieces from this site.

eponym reblogged this.

Struggling authors, please read.

By Kyle Perkins.

So lately I have heard from a few people that they feel like they should just give up on writing because for whatever reason, they are feeling like it just isn’t worth it anymore. 892 more words

eponym reblogged this on eponym and commented:

We loved this. We thought we'd share it =)

Daily Prompt: Expert

via Daily Prompt: Expert

Expert – Who Me?

Whenever people contact me through my doll blog to ask for information about something doll related my first reaction is to be flattered, my second is surprise. 298 more words

Blogging Challenges

Taswegian1957 reblogged this on Dolls, Dolls, Dolls and commented:

I wrote this piece for My Other Blog for a Daily Prompt Challenge but thought I'd share it with my doll readers as well.

This pink lake in Mexico is the most beautiful thing you will see today See the pictures!-Autor: VIVIMETALIUN

In the small village of Las Coloradas fishermen, located on the east coast of the Yucatan peninsula in Mexico, the color of a pond is inevitably charming. 71 more words


All Things Beautiful

God passes through the thicket of the world, and wherever His glance falls He turns all things to beauty.
–St. John of the Cross

-from… 6 more words