Monthly Archives: November 2018


B THE STORYTELLER FEATURES WISH OF THE WEE GOLDEN A BUBBA TAILS CHRISTMAS ***reader’s note I was so excited when I posted this I forgot to ad some things so I’m editing. 😊   I’m so excited to tell you … Continue reading

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Fantastic Find at the Bookstore #2

Originally posted on Platform Number 4:
If you learned to read at school in the U.S., sometime from the 1940’s to the 1960’s, there’s a good chance that you learned with the help of Dick and Jane, their little sister, Sally,…

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A great post. Thanks Wanda for sharing with us. Now folks, once  you’ve read, liked, and shared Wanda’s post, please be sure to have a look at her work before you go. Her Award-winning children’s books are highly recommended, very … Continue reading

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Smorgasbord Reblog – Exposing your work on #LisaBurtonRadio – with C. S. Boyack

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repeat often

Originally posted on Annette Rochelle Aben:
Ah, lavender oil A gift from nature to you Calming influence Bring the bottle to your nose Close your eyes and drift away ©2018 Annette Rochelle Aben

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Originally posted on Jewniquely Myself:
during These dark wintry days light clings to the fringes. holy by contrast shimmers from The edge of storm clouds splashes its singular message along wind-blown alleys and dusty gutters its vibrating glow spreads from…

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Some of them…

Originally posted on The Silent Eye:
* I had half expected the town to be deserted. That is Memory again. It acts like  some indifferent film director moving extras around, concerned only with their ebb and flow. Over time the…

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