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A Call For Guest Posts for the ULS, The Underground Library Society ~ Charles French

Reblogged from Charles French: Hello to everyone! I recently had an excellent guest post from Josh Gross, a wonderful blogger. I am sending out a request to anyone who would like to join the ULS, the Underground Library Society, and … Continue reading

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The Dragon #writephoto from Noah Weiss at Never A Worry

Below, I have a borrowed picture from Sue Vincent for her weekly writing challenge. Interestingly, I think the picture explains my week so far. And it goes through the Dragon Cloud… starting from the left part of the picture… within … Continue reading

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Guest writer: Jennie Fitzkee – The Peanut Man

Teacher Jennie Fitzkee shares another of her ‘Jennie stories…tales she tells to delight the children in her care… and the child inside the rest of us. “It happened like this… When I was in first grade, second grade, and third … Continue reading

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Guest author: Wendy Janes – Turning negatives into positives

Thank you to Sue for inviting me to write a post for her lovely blog. There are occasions when we feel we’re not getting anywhere or we’ve taken a wrong turn. Such negative situations can be really demoralising, but they … Continue reading

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Guest Author – Dianne Noble: A love-affair with India

The first time I visited India I was ten years old, flying back to England with my parents and brothers after a three year tour in Singapore. Our RAF Hermes plane took almost three days, stopping in several countries to … Continue reading

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Life lessons from a sick fish

“Even the smallest person can change the course of the future.” – Galadriel, The Hobbit (movie) “Weird, isn’t it?” Not an unusual statement round here, of course, but I needed some clarification. “What’s weird?” “How the plight of one small … Continue reading

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Cold rice pudding

I’m not really very good at this living alone business. Not on a practical level anyway. I have no problem wielding a screwdriver or drill, brandishing a paintbrush or whizzing around with the lawnmower. The house is clean and tidy, … Continue reading

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