Planning and Living the Life You’ve Imagined?


Go confidently in the direction of your dreams! Live the life you’ve imagined. As you simplify your life, the laws of the universe will be simpler.

Henry David Thoreau


How often do you think about the way you’re living life? Better still how about how you are planning your days? I think perspective change comes at us in a variety of ways. It can be thrust upon us, as in an emergency, or it can creep up on us slowly.


Journal Prompts for Getting Unstuck



One of my favorite Journal Pals is here on the blog today sharing her own blend of journal love. My friend, Kel Rohlfe, is a kindred creative, and word girl. I am grateful to know her and blessed that God allowed us to cross paths through blogging and our passions for writing, truth, and creative journaling. Kel has her own unique way with words, which makes for engaging and enjoyable conversation.

Here’s her share today for Write 31 Days/ Journal Enthusiast… More

Treasuring the Quiet Moments with Jeanne Doyon

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My fellow sister in Christ and Blogging, Jeanne Doyon, is sharing a series on fighting the chaos and treasuring the quiet moments this Holiday Season. I am there today as a guest and sharing some thoughts on Worship as well as two poems to help prepare your heart for Christmas.

I know you will be blessed by the series which features a number of wonderful writers.

Head on over and read today’s post there by CLICKING HERE! 


Tuggie The Patriot Pup Book Series Review and Giveaway




Back in April, I attended a wonderful event hosted by the Association of Rhode Island Authors, at the Warwick Public Library here in Rhode Island. I, along with my friend (the fearless leader of my Writer’s Group) Linda, headed out to the Author’s Expo which featured over 35 local Ocean State authors. I conversed with many of the authors there, asked questions, gathered information and just enjoyed the day. To say I am completely in my element chatting with people of every persuasion is like saying dolphins are at home in the ocean. But in a room full of published authors? Oh, call me Flipper and film me! I thoroughly enjoyed my time at this event, and had hoped to write something about it sooner. But, here it is September, and I am just getting to sharing the goodness; such is my life lately.


You Have a Girl (Guest Post by Linda Langlois)

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photo credit: Little Girl. via photopin (license)

As many of you know I  have featured writers from my local group each week. This weekend  I have the honor and pleasure of sharing a poem from the leader of our group, Linda Langlois.

I know you will enjoy this poignant offering…


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