Today’s challenge in Blogging U 101, is to have a Round Up. I had no idea what this was, but I guess it is a little like the awards that circulate (I am sorry that I have not reposted them, I just feel boastful doing so.. ). On the other hand, I love to share the beauty, fun, insight and interesting people that I’ve met along the way. Because there are so… Read More
Inspired by Michelle W. from Blogging U 101 Zero to Hero. A couple of days ago, I posted a gallery of images of my family and a few paintings that went well with expressing my feelings. To sum up in words all that was meant in those pictures, I have found a someone who said it better than I could have. George Bernard Shaw said what my heart feels in every way….. Read More
Michelle from Blogging U 101 has been a wonderful inspiration in growing my blog in so many ways.. Pushing us to push our own limits of security (in our comfort zone) and to encourage us to reach further. (Thanks Michelle) As I had for the first time posted a video a little while back, I thought I’d tried it all.. but her wonderful way, Michelle urged me to push forward in reaching beyond… Read More
I have been going through the practices of Blogging U 101 to find the steps that I’ve missed along the way and enhance, when I can, the way that I am presenting my blog and to streamline it more to what it is I have to say. It has been a great practice. The practice the other day was to comment on other bloggers and today (actually this was yesterday’s assignment, but… Read More
The challenge, from Blogging U 101 today is to challenge myself to write a post to my dream reader and include an element that I don’t usually.. So here is what I would like to say, in someone else’s perfect words.. Hope you like it!
From A Penny for Your Thoughts in Blogging U 101 I originally started this blog to post poetry, which was my joy and love.. The way that my heart and soul could finally begin healing after so many of life’s hurts. Today I will post a poem that I wrote yesterday. Poems tend to write themselves once I begin, as did this one. It is more like a children’s book poem rather… Read More