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Monthly Archives: August, 2012

I love this picture of the Lion and her cub. It is absolutely beautiful and inspiring. Ciao, Patricia

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Originally posted on Deb's Blog:
“I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race. I have kept the faith.” 2 Timothy 4:7 Boxers train to go all 12 rounds. Sprinters train for power, strength and speed. Lord, let me not forget that I am in a fight, in a race, and it’s…

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Originally posted on A Word or More:
Thank you to http://exodusinternational.org. Take up the pages. They belong to you. It does not matter what the subject is. The matter belongs to you, too. Since the last week in July, my schedule has been abnormal. I chose to take one month off from writing to take time…

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picking raspberries

Originally posted on mypenandme:
“Go ahead,” says the tour guide. “The bees won’t sting you.  They’re too busy pollenating.”   i take my cup begin picking raspberries could bees, would bees should bees, can’t bees must bees and never bees buzzing all around the tour guide was right   by mary ann blinkhorn

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Giveaway: The Shoemaker’s Wife by Adriana Trigiani (WW)

Originally posted on Leeswammes' Blog:
To celebrate the paperback edition of The Shoemaker’s Wife, Harper Perennial is sponsoring a giveaway! I read this book a few months ago and enjoyed it a lot. So here’s YOUR chance to win a copy! About the book: The story takes place around 1900 with Enza and Ciro, two young…

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Sunshine Winds

Nice, sweet and picturesque. Ciao, Patricia

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Worth

Originally posted on little box of books:
“Some values are…like sugar on the doughnut, legitimate, desirable, but insufficient, apart  the doughnut itself. We need substance as well as frosting.” – Ralph Tyler Flewelling   When I started thinking about the post today, I was trying to find a way to describe what is happening in the…

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The Champions Who Walked Among Us – Article 11 – The Ice Breaker

          It was three years before the ending of the nineteenth century, as this young infant opened her eyes, to see the light of the world, outside of her mother’s womb.  The month, the day, the year,  February 27, 1897, and her birth herald something new, something, which had not happened …

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Today I Got Tagged by Mary Ann Blickhorn

            Today I received the following comment from Ms. Mary Ann Blickhorn http://mypenandme.wordpress.com ” I love what you write.” You’re da bomb. And tag, you’re it.” So, I guess I’m it! For the tagged: Each person tagged makes their own rules: 1. Write today from your heart without thinking about what …

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Reader Appreciation Award – Thanks To All Of You

Writing is as much a part of me as breathing. I cannot do without it. It permeates within my body and flows through my bloodstream with all of those red and white corpuscles that keep me alive. Therefore, it is always a joyous occasion for me, when a fellow writer, or in this case, writers …

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