A piece of faction … #SocialMediaMonday #Reblogs #Inspiration

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Here’s an interesting story from Keith’s Ramblings to start the week. He mentions Pride and Prejudice, a book I started in college but didn’t finish. I couldn’t get into it then, but now that I’m much older, I might try reading it again. Meanwhile, be sure to click on the Play button in Keith’s post to hear him read this delightful tale.

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It was a lovely service. Most of the congregation had departed, and the cathedral which minutes earlier had resounded with the glorious sound of the choir and the strident cords of an organ was silent but for my echoing footsteps, and the distant giggling of the youthful choristers as they escaped into the autumn sunshine.

 

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THE WRITER’S GRAPEVINE MIDSUMMER JUNE JULY EDITION #SocialMediaMonday #Reblogs #Inspiration

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I’m pleased to announce that a few of my works have been published in the magazine I’m sharing today. You may also find stories, poems, articles, and more from others you know. So, as Patty says, “grab your favorite drink, snuggle down into your most comfortable reading nest, and ready yourself for some great discoveries.”

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Hello everyone, and welcome to another incredible edition of the Writer’s Grapevine.

How do I know it’s incredible? Because it’s filled with “incredible” contributors. But the proof is, as they say, “in the pudding.” Or, in this case, on the page. So grab your favorite drink, snuggle down into your most comfortable reading nest, and ready yourself for some great discoveries.

 

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Paws on the Street Part Twenty-Nine – Dumpsters, Car Monsters, and Holes in the Ground #SocialMediaMonday #Reblogs #Inspiration

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Have you ever wondered what it would be like for a guide dog to work with a blind person? Well, Chief Seeing Eye® Dog Blue gives us a glimpse into his life in the post I’m sharing today, from the blog of his mommy, Patty Fletcher, author and owner of TELL IT TO THE WORLD MARKETING. Enjoy!

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Hi, everybody!

Chief Seeing Eye® Dog Blue here!

Mommy has been upset lately, thinking we don’t get enough work and I don’t understand why mommy is worrying about how much work we do cause I got to tell you, working for my mommy is kinda hard but great all at once. This morning, when we went out after the big truck delivered all her cold food, of which I got none, we had to take out all the trash. Nobody ever told me I had to take out the trash. But while we were out there this dumb human put their car monster in the middle of the parking lot. Not in one of its places but right smack in the way of where we needed to go.

 

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where the mind goes #SocialMediaMonday #Poetry #Inspiration

Where the mind goes when you’re making lunch and the salad crunch with the cruton and the neutron and the plasma and my asthma and miasma

 

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SPRING/SUMMER 2022 EDITION OF MAGNETS AND LADDERS #SocialMediaMonday #magazines #Inspiration

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Magnets and Ladders is an online magazine produced twice a year by Behind Our Eyes, a writers’ organization to which I belong. I’m pleased to announce that a memoir, book review, and short story of mine have been published in this issue. You may find work by other authors you recognize. So, snuggle into your preferred reading area with your favorite beverage and enjoy some great fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and more.

 

SPRING/SUMMER 2022 EDITION OF MAGNETS AND LADDERS