Tag: writing

PAD – April 2019

I am participating in the Poetic Asides annual Poem a Day challenge. I’ve done it in the past, but for some reason, skipped last year. It’s great writing exercise and gives me food for thought about poetry in general, and my engagement in particular….

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Monday Musings

Poetry

  BRIGHT IDEASMy bright ideasare in stacks of notebooks.Articles, stories, essays… begun but never finished. Now it’s doc after docin a folder called “works in progress,”yet they never do, progress, I mean.Why do I hold onto these tarnished gems?Beats me.Perhaps they are like children,waiting to…

Why the English language is hard to learn

Pen and Ink

Editor’s Note: This came to me through Alan Guy, a frequent contributor when I had Happenstance, an online magazine. I Googled the content and found it in a couple of places, so as a disclaimer, neither Alan nor I wrote it, but it is…

#blogbranding

Experts say, you are more likely to get where you’re going if you know what you want to achieve. I’m taking a course that asks participants to set three concrete goals for their website/blogs. It’s called branding and everyone in business knows exactly what…

Second time around

The Fence

A quick run down on some of the posts from this year you might have missed! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! American Gold Star Mothers: Becky Christmas, a Wagon Mound, N.M. woman, has been actively involved in American Gold Star Mothers Inc., for…

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