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White Elephant #8

Teresa from The Haunted Wordsmith created a lovely event tag called White Elephant for the holiday season. I see this as a way for me to express appreciation for other bloggers I follow.

For Eclectic Contrarian, thank you for creating your fun tags (Still working at Weirdoff), poetry, and sharing some thought provoking lessons for life! You’ve been a perceptive “listener” for many bloggers on the blogosphere. I remembered that you really enjoyed my post about the banjo players, and thought you would enjoy a banjo! The other day, though, the phrase “Anchored to the Lord” came to me and this bracelet came to mind. 🙂

For Joey Blue @ The Poetry About Us, thank you for supporting poets with some tips on getting through some challenges while writing poetry. I’ve enjoyed your featured blog articles and interviews. Look forward to seeing some more!  I thought you might like A Writer’s Emergency Pack which according to Writer’s Digest is “Your portable tool for story resuscitation (or simply creativity rejuvenation).” 🙂

For Linda Wolff @ Wolff Literary Poetry Journal, thank you for offering ways for poets to achieve their dreams by offering education articles on how to self-publish a book online. I thought you might enjoy Poet’s Market as a resource in case you ever wanted to host a workshop 🙂


Hello everyone! I'm a technical writer by day, creative writer by night. I have a wild imagination yearning for more in life. I'm fascinated by many subjects that have developed into a sort of mental and physical wanderlust that ultimately leads me to experience a variety of cultural shocks. Welcome to my journey and looking forward to reading your blogs!

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