Yesterday I read old journals from the 90’s. At that time, my partner and I owned a French dinner restaurant and our three children were then teens and one pre-teen. We were busy! Busy with homework, the children’s sports and dance attendance, and especially with running a restaurant. Overwhelming. Mostly because we wanted to be successful, with both the restaurant and with our kids. My parents were involved. They and two other couples helped us with our start capital. It all seemed great and real; after all, my partner was… Read more Writing with Patience →
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“If you only write one book in your whole life, and only sell 600 copies or less, nonetheless, I assure you, I solemnly assure you, that this book will be someone’s absolutely favorite book of all time, and it will come to him on some dark day and give him sunlight, and open his eyes […] via To the despairing writer — M.C. Tuggle, Writer
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Quote challenge: Living Life I was tagged by Jan Flynn to come up with three quotes on Living Life. I have chosen three women – one Danish author, one English and one… Read more quote challenge: Living Life →
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I found it. The ring. Or rather, the ring found me. On one side it’s like I’ve lost everything. My job, my relations, my home, my mom. Slipping away. A… Read more The Ring →