Once Upon a Time….

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March 30, 2019


Marlene, I love this post, that is straight from the heart. To answer your question: Yes…I have regretted a number of comments for one reason or another (left out a word, a sudden realization that I missed the point of the blog, or it was overly gushing with compliments, even though it comes from my head and heart. I had to reblog. I do love your self expression! I can relate, I was never a child either.

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I have a hard time with certain blogs I visit. I also have difficulty with groups I belong to when it comes to discussing childhood activities.

I was never really a child. I sometimes think I was born old in a tiny body. Well, not so tiny, actually. Does 13 pounds qualify as an infant?

Dr. French often asks questions on his blog and I really want to answer. Especially since he has been so kind and encouraging of my continuing to write my drivel. Most of the time I click the like button and disappear. This time, I wrote a comment, copied it to a word document that I keep for unpublished comments and began to delete the comment from his post. I hit send instead. You can read the drivel I left here.

Another blog that makes it hard for me but I usually gush over even…

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I believe in supporting young authors. This young author is soon to have his first book published and he deserves to have our support. He has been writing most of his young life. He loves to read as well. He loves Paranormal, fantasy, and Sci-fi.

Originally posted on charles french words reading and writing:
(https://en.wikipedia.org) “Books are a uniquely portable magic.”                                                                  Stephen King (https://commons.wikimedia.org) “I don’t believe in the kind of magic in my books. But I do believe something very magical can happen when you read a good book.”                                                                  J. K. Rowling (https://pixabay.com) “The magic is only…

Originally posted on A Teacher's Reflections:
Friday was a rainy day.  I played the autoharp, and children sang and danced their hearts out.  I love rainy days.  I love music.  More importantly, children love music.  A child came up to me in the middle of the songs and asked, “Jennie, can you play “I…

Originally posted on charles french words reading and writing:
(https://pixabay.com) “I would rather be a little nobody, then to be a evil somebody.”                                                                  Abraham Lincoln ? (https://en.wikipedia.org) “If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor. If an elephant has its foot on the tail of a…

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