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  • Tenderfoot by Mary E. Trimble. I wrote this to the author: "Mary, I loved Tenderfoot! Read all day and finished at midnight Monday. I didn't want to stop. My goodness,...
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    I have got to admit. I am not a good Southerner.  I have not read anything (or very little) of the Southern giants. For example, I've never read Flannery O'Conner even...
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  • Donna Bryson posted a status
    An important story on the front page of today’s Denver Post is about our city’s “housing first” model that gets roofs over the hea...
  • Janelle Stear posted a status
    Grocery Shopping During Covid-19 Instead of my usual little informative blogs, here is a story for you. Yesterday, at the grocery store, I walked around feeling as...
  • MY DEAR IT’’S UP TO YOU I’ve been to hell and back you see And Satan’s made a mess of me I’m glad to report that I am free And I still have my dignity So glad it did n...

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  • This sounds simply lovely. What a great way to reflect on a positive note instead of the all to custom negative of the year past.
  • Elizabeth Yon commented on Jane Flowers's article Chapter 2
    Hi Jane, I was eager to read your 2nd chapter after sampling the first one.  First, Anna is an interesting character. Second, coming to the USA from Norway with a degr...
  • You sound disappointed, but I think you're doing great to get that many words in a week. I think it's good to know your own writing process. Mine goes in spurts, but I...