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If you ever wondered how the Pledge of Allegiance would read as written in emoji, your question has been answered. 👀 ✋🤝 2️⃣ 🍶 🇺🇸 📴 🍶 🌎 🔚✌️ 🍶 🦅 🕓 🧙🏻♀️📍🕺🏻, ☝️ 🌐 ⤵️ ✝️ 📩➗🐂 🙌🏻 🗽🔚 … Continue reading →
I found my writing self in one word. Continuing from this blog post last week, I needed to find myself after losing my domain name. I needed to redefine myself. I found myself in one word: funky. Since you’re visiting … Continue reading →
I have missed writing haiku. Every Tuesday at my Montclair Writers Support Group, each person introduces themselves and talks about writing struggles and goals. I tweak my intro every week, but it always contains “award-winning writer,” “author,” “memoir,” blah blah … Continue reading →
“Honesty is the first chapter in the book of wisdom.”~Thomas Jefferson, American president How sad it is that we as a society make even the joy of reading a massive social media event? There are gazumerous reading challenges out there. … Continue reading →
“Let’s forget the baggages of the past and make a new beginning.”~Shebaz Sharif, Pakistani politician Everyone chooses a focus word for the new year, but not me. Happy New Year. That’s not a bad way to start a Monday, unless … Continue reading →
“I’m thankful for serendipitous moments in my life, where things could’ve gone the other way.”~Rick Springfield, American musician It should come as no surprise to anyone, but I write about coffee shops. The activity in coffee shops is fascinating, better … Continue reading →
“To hold a pen is to be at war.”~Voltaire, French writer Last week, I missed my crystal promotion moment everywhere. My Star Trek MomMemoir that I’ve been rambling about for weeks that takes place in Las Vegas has the perfect … Continue reading →
“A good beginning makes a good end.”~Louis L’Amour, American author I can do three things at once; at least, I used to. Reflecting on this past Weekend Coffee Share post, my writing and editing process reminded me of Comm 242 … Continue reading →