#WATWB When it’s not about you

I've grown to really love these monthly #WATWB posts. I love searching for the one I eventually feature, and I love seeing what everyone else finds, too. Some of them tell of an innovation that helps an entire village, some of them feature kindness to animals, some of them demonstrate kindness to strangers. All of... Continue Reading →

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#WATWB When in doubt, bake!

I'm sure a lot of people will be posting flood/hurricane stories for this month's We Are the World Blogfest (#WATWB), and I'm no different. Actually, this one kind of tickled me because it sounds like something I'd do in that situation. In Houston, workers at El Bolillo Bakery found themselves trapped at work due to... Continue Reading →

#WATWB: When community is family

This is my first official post for the We Are the World Blogfest, and I thought I'd start it out right in my own backyard. Sometimes I forget that there are good things happening nearby. We don't always have to look at some far-off country, or even the opposite end of our own country, to... Continue Reading →

We Are the World Blogfest

Hey, everyone, I thought I'd give a quick heads-up today so you all might pop on by next Friday, August 25, to my blog. I'm participating in a blog hop called "We Are The World Blogfest" (tagged on social media as #WATWB). The idea of this blogfest is just as the picture above states: in... Continue Reading →

You can find me (not) here

Hey, everyone! I realized (hopefully not too late in the game) that my A to Z Challenge comments left on WordPress blogs are leading everyone here, rather than my editing blog, Easy Reader, which is where all my own A to Z posts are located. If you've ended up here by mistake, I hope it's... Continue Reading →

Wait, what? It’s March?

It's January, the holidays are officially over, my dear hubby is back to work, and I have mentally prepped myself for the winter re-start of school. ...um...okay, it's not January anymore. I knew I hadn't been posting regularly with this particular blog, but when I opened the draft I'd started, I was a little more... Continue Reading →

The Politics of Persona

I know this isn't my own writing, but I couldn't have put it better myself. And it's an easy way to get a blog post up. And I can always tell people I taught Raymond everything he knows about writing. Seriously, who we are, deep down, shows in our online persona. I am drawn to... Continue Reading →

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