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  • Its 2:39 on a Friday afternoon. My office is quiet, finally. The pastoral staff have all gone. Just me, my shoulders that are sorta numb from hunching over the Mac at...
  • Dianne - Your tale was delightful but difficult to read.  You could use some "white space."  May I suggest each conversation would read better on a separate line.  Thi...
  • How interesting that two of my newest friends on She Writes have blogs of a spiritual nature: Candy Fite's Be the Tree Yoga (she also maintains a delightful blog on her writing life -- C. F. Write) Katherine Jenkins's Lessons from the Monk I Married      
  • Every teenager should memorize this.  Delightful!!
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     I've thought about this for a couple weeks now before deciding to post this. (I tend to be a 'lurker' here, rather than an active member, so I apologize this is my fi...
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  • This is charming and delightful!   Ruth
  • Well, the reason I recommend these two as good examples of themed work is that they don't get monotonous. Smith's book takes on Katrina and its effects from a multitud...
  • On Monday I wrote about 700 words: I overslept and taught religion class (to a class of delightful but rambunctious sixth-graders) and was beginning to feel sick. Sinc...
  • White as the Page (500-words roughly) What can I conclude when the body of my story is a phantom? My gypsy-mother keeps returning to me all of my childhood possession...
  • Hi R. Hardy! When I started reading I had no idea what would pop out of the query next. It's unique and delightful! :-) I think it could be tightened a bit. I've put...