Tag Archives: Motherhood

November 30 Means: That’s A NaNoWriMo Wrap

The month of writing a novel is nearly over; actually, it’s already over in some parts of the world. But here in the Pacific Northwest, writers still have just over 13 hours to finish their novel. In the class I’m … Continue reading

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Bruised bridges and deep breaths

After reading a Berenstain Bears book with his younger brother last year, our older son became intrigued by the sport of LaCrosse. I wasn’t around when my husband read them the book, but a few days later we had LaCrosse … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Tweets and Stumbles in Mother Nature

Today I’m pleased to have a guest post from The Motherhood Muse. The mission of this digital literary magazine is to encourage mother writers to rediscover and reconnect with nature through their bodies, minds, and souls. After a recent trip … Continue reading

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