The 3rd installment of Summer Short & Sweets was tougher. At least for me.
Did I harbor thoughts of backing out?
No way. But I admit it’s taken me longer to come up with something half decent. I’m blaming it on my wacky, whirlwind weekend. Continue reading “Week 3 – Summer Short & Sweets – Are You Up For The Challenge?” »
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Last week, I wrote how one word can potentially be a lethal weapon. So I thought I’d switch it up and offer a lighthearted post.
Do you think the English language is wacky?
I sure do. And I pity anyone who has to learn our wacky English language.
Continue reading “Do You Think English Is A Wacky Language?” »
Today’s post is short and sweet.
I’ve added two tabs at the top of my blog–“Published “How To Paint” Articles” and “Published Designs”.
I’ve also shared my story of how God opened doors. And I’ve showcased some of my published designs.
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Thanks for reading.
Bah-Humbug! No, I’m not Scrooge, but I feel like him. You see, I submitted a 500-word, short story to a writing contest. The theme was to recount a childhood experience about Tales of Winter. I polished and entered, Marbles in a Squeaky Snowsuit. Then I crossed my fingers and toes.
A week later, I pounded my desk. “Rats!” No, I’m not referring to those furry critters. I didn’t even place in the darn contest. Then I vented my frustration on Marcy Kennedy who has won numerous writing contests. Visit her website to read her winning entries. Continue reading “Has Your Writing Been Rejected?” »
I’m far from a Pro Blogger. But I did make a decision to blog at least once a week, which is not always easy. Then I stumbled across a blog that categorized a system that I was already implementing, only I didn’t realize there was name for it. A Blogging Bucket. Continue reading “How To Be A Pro Blogger in Three Easy Steps” »