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Wednesday Wanderings: Just Another Blog about Writing #whyIwrite

Today is National Writing Day and what better way to celebrate it than to write! Makes sense to me! 🙂 Why do I write? Let me count the the ways..... #sad Hush. I write: to allow myself to sleep at... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Wanderings: The Power of the Smile

During our travels to the East Coast and back, I was struck by one surpisingly simple, but striking thing: 99% of the people who were in the service industry smiled. The smiled a lot! From the people we interacted with... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Wanderings: The End of July?

Why hello there my blogging community, long time, no write! #sitdownandgetwordsonthescreen It's not that I don't have things to write about, but my brain just seems scrambled right now, and it seems that putting together a coherent statement, let alone... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Wanderings – Charleston: Day 3 – A Foodie’s Delight

Today, it was all about the food. First, breakfast! We had fresh fruit, yogurt with granola, delicious coffee, and our other choices were grits and eggs. I had a little try of the grits. Paste. Nope, not a fan. Everything... Continue Reading →

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