My list of “good reads” today is shorter than last Saturday’s, and they were all posted before Tuesday evening. Then came the almost simultaneous labor for my daughter-in-law and head injury requiring surgery for my son, the father-to-be. Life is slowly returning to normal, or becoming a “new normal.” And I’m already becoming a bore on the subject of my new grandson.
Phoenix-Karenee’s poem, “Wordless Vision.”
Maureen Doallas’ beautiful poem "Anne," about Anne Frank.
Laura Boggess’ poem in her Sunday Sermon Notes.
The End of Innocence by Justinian at Discount Verbiage.
Shadow, Jezamama’s walk along a lake, a story and a poem.
“It is Home,” by Marty Duane at Coffee with Marty.
“A Gun, for Goodness Sake,” by Jeff Jordan at To My Children, If They Are Listening.
“Should the Message be Hidden?” A guest post by author Randy Ingermanson at Brandilyn Collins’ blog.
“Engagers of Separatists?” by Mike Duran at deompose
Columbia Journalism Review: “Who Says? Narrative Authority in a Fragmented World.”
Author Travis Thrasher on criticism: “Everybody’s a Critic.”
While this isn’t a post about me, I do want to call attention to an article I wrote for the High Calling Blogs, which was published Friday. It’s about a business called Transformational Threads, owned by my friend Maureen Doallas (yes, the poet) that is all about a passion for art.
and we love hearing about your grandson.
Such wonderful reads, indeed.
Thank you for the shout-out, Glynn. My husband liked your article a lot.
new grandson stories are always welcome ... as well as your recommendations
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