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In Others’ Words: Imperfect Learning

In Others’ Words: Imperfect Learning

I like to tell people that I don’t hang around with perfect people because they make me uncomfortable. I usually say it in such a way that I get a laugh. Ha ha ha. Nobody’s perfect, right?  Except those of us pretending that we are. Acting like we have life all figured out. All under control. Been there, done that. Had the anxiety attacks to prove it. I read today’s quote as I wa... Read More »

In Others’ Words: The Reality of Dreams

In Others’ Words: The Reality of Dreams

I’m all about dreams … and I know what it takes to make dreams a reality.  I love the beginnings of dreams. The “what ifs” and the “maybes” and the daring it takes to reach for that oh-so-personal wish upon a star. I get just as excited when someone else shares the beginning of their dream with me as I do about my own dream-just-starting-to-come-true. The middle... Read More »

In Others’ Words: The Practice and Purpose of Journaling

In Others’ Words: The Practice and Purpose of Journaling

I started keeping a journal because Miss Gooley, my freshman English teacher, required it. Besides our regular assignments — reading, writing papers, taking quizzes and tests — students in Miss Gooley’s class had to keep a journal. Miss Gooley would read our entries, make comments, return our journals, and we’d repeat the process, all year long. Decades later, I’m sti... Read More »

In Others’ Words: The Beautiful, Terrible Truth

In Others’ Words: The Beautiful, Terrible Truth

  I respect the truth.  I wrote those words … and realized that there was a time in the last 24 hours where I was less than truthful. I didn’t lie. No. I just didn’t speak up and state the truth, the whole truth, so help me God. Of course, I wasn’t on the witness stand, my hand on the Bible, standing before a judge and jury. And I had a very good reason for speaking le... Read More »

In Others’ Words: I Must Write

In Others’ Words: I Must Write

It’s been a week of story.  Depending on the hour of the day, I’ve either been mulling over a story idea or talking about a story idea with my writing friend and mentor, Rachel Hauck, or writing out a story idea, a.k.a a synopsis … and repeat, repeat, repeat. The sentence in the quote, “I must write it all out, at any cost” — I get it. Tuesday night I was mental... Read More »

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