A selection of subject matters that wowed me or wooed me that I felt compelled to share with my readers.

Writing 101-A new year

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Originally posted on The Moving Quill:
After 73 days of being home-bound, away from school, assignments, deadlines, classes and more, today,my baby girl returned to a new academic year. It was a little unsettling, to be honest. But, here’s the surprising thing. It was I who felt it, not her. She waltzed right up to…

The Writing Process Blog Tour

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Originally posted on farmerfarthing:
First off I want to state that this is not a ‘nominee, add a badge to your blog’ thing that seems to wind some folks up. Personally, I love them as I see it as a way to compliment others on how fantastic I think their work is. But hey-ho, it’s each…


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Originally posted on rarasaur:
It’ll be a week tomorrow since Rara went to jail.  Since then I’ve received an abundance of support.  It was recently pointed out to me that in the first few hours, we had a donation button that wasn’t working (at all, in any way, it didn’t process any donations).  It was…

An Update by Grayson

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Originally posted on rarasaur:
On May 4th we received an email from her lawyer telling us that the DA was going forward with the case against her, there was a warrant out for her arrest.  After conferring with the lawyer, Rara surrendered herself to the police on May 6th.  She is currently in custody at…

Writing Process

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Originally posted on anewperspectiveperhaps:
I was nominated to participate in a writing process blog tour by a fellow blogger who I am grateful to call a friend. Her writing is diverse, but whatever she writes be it a poem, a song or just a random blog post, there is always inspiration and heartfelt meaning in…

Facing the Vagina

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Originally posted on Stories From the Belly:
I am a 9-year-old living with my family in Argentina. The day is so hot that if it weren’t a Saturday and we were at school the teachers would have fed us popsicles at recess to keep our temperatures from rising. We are swimming in the shallow end…


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