Finding Heart on Twitch

One of the hardest parts of writing was being alone all of the time. Even the most die-hard introverts needs a close friend with a like mind to bounce creative ideas back and forth. But reaching out to a bunch of strangers about the process […]

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Available Now! Flipping Fate

Flipping Fate by Judy Dawn Inside the book: Growing through childhood, living life in college, nothing awful had happened to her. She couldn’t tell her father, or anyone, that her easy life was miserable. There was an empty place inside, like a hole in her […]

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7 Days of Love

If someone is going away for a week send a week’s worth of encouragement and love. #ideas 1. Look to the future return. On take off day, slip a note in their carry-on that mentions something romantic or fun that you’ll do when they return. […]

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Beyond Emerald

In light of St. Patrick’s Day this week, and having a sliver of Irish in me, I decided to share some unique knowledge I found about shades of green. Celadon (2 of 15) This color name can be traced to French literature of the 17th […]

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7 Pick Up Lines I Laughed At

1. Poof! I’m here. What are your other two wishes? 2. I’m not trying to impress you or anything, but…I’m batman. 3. What’s a nice girl like you doing in a dirty mind like mine? 4. Do you believe in love at first sight or […]

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8 Expressions With Heart

By heart (1 of 8) If you know something by heart, you’ve learned it so well you know it from memory, maybe even word for word. For example, in Anne of Green Gables the title character loves Tennyson’s poem “The Lady of Shalott” so much that she knows […]

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The Lucky Spider

I spoke with a man who loved his craft, creating jewelry out of stones and wire wrapping found objects. He had a story for every piece he selected. He said his wife was the business savvy one in the pair. She had a logical brain and […]

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The children were mesmerized.

I was at the mall when a mother walked by me. She had three little ones circling her, whining, crying, and screaming. The one in the stroller was the loudest. She stopped, leaned over the stroller edge. Her tired stare connected with mine when she […]

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