Add All of Your Blog Posts to July's Open Thread

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Sign Up for July's NaBloPoMo

The theme for July is DECADE. ...more

Look Back on a Decade of Blogging with July's NaBloPoMo

So what is the NaBloPoMo theme of the month?  ...more

Add All Your Blog Posts to June's Open Thread

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NaBloPoMo: Add All Your July 2014 Posts Here!

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NaBloPoMo July 2014 Blogroll

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Celebrate the Decade with July's NaBloPoMo

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Yes and thanks. I need a prod to get going again, as have not posted since May.more

Brain Fitness Center for Mental Health Fitness and Recovery

Old notions that brainpower answer necessarily declines as we age and we turn lower fictive and tart are being inverted upside set. In fact, the brain continues to reorganizeGmax...more

Happiness Humour

Some cause happiness wherever they go; others whenever they go. -Oscar Wilde  ...more

DEATH BY CHOPSTICKS

FRIDAY FICTIONEERSIt’s Friday and time for fiction of 100 words, hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields....more

The Writing Process: A self-interview (or why it took me six weeks to write this post)

My good friend Sarah Stevenson* invited me to participate in this writing process blog tour a while back.Actually, it was a month ago.Wait, it was actually about six weeks ago.So, yeah that's my writing process in a nutshell--I guess we're done here, right? Kidding. But procrastination is a big part of it, obviously....more

He Kissed Her!

By Marisa Bernhard They looked at each other for a moment or two; she knew what he wanted, it showed.  She leaned against the wall, never taking her gaze off him.  He was talking and pacing, saying things about her, all the while getting closer; she thought she was enticing him towards her. ...more

Let God Teach You Through Your Children

Our children come from the heart of God; He knew them in the womb and they knew God. Then at baptism, these little people become one with Christ. As I mothered nine children, I discovered that this sacrament is not simply a meaningless ritual but a real life, powerful encounter which actually transformed my children into spiritual people, albeit little people who could teach me about the nature of God and life in the Spirit....more

MESSAGE RECEIVED AND PROCESSED

Thunder rumbled and crackled.  Then the rain came - for a minute or two.  It was a dramatic sound display....more
good to hear you - let it out!more

Ten of So Many

Each day I wake up at 5 am to post on one my blog.  I also brainstorm or research something pertaining to my blogs. I am always pressed for time, because I hate to stop writing, it is so peaceful that time of the morning. I leave the house frazzled because I make sure that everything that needs to be done is done, kids dressed, ready to go, dogs walked, fed and settled. I love to listen to music when I drive to work, and on my drive back home. ...more

THE YIN AND THE YANG/ SENSE AND NONSENSE

Sometimes I am immobilized by those 'light bulb moments', when I see the truth staring at me in glaring black and white.  You know those Kodak moments, don't you?  I am blessed/cursed with them at the same time.  I do not want to see the raw naked truth.  I rather not be in the know.  And that is the honest truth.  Is there any other kind?...more

The Lockdown

Majorette wore her best walking shoes, so she thought. The soles were beginning to wear, and if you looked closely, you could tell that old knee injury affected her gait. Her right shoe, all shifted and worn away to the inner man-made material, made her limp just that much more. She crossed the old highway and made her way down the dirt road toward home, stopping to shift her pack to the other shoulder....more