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First of all I’d like to thank Sadje for nominating me along with 4 others for this award.
In keeping with the rules of nomination we are asked to answer a few questions.
HOW WE STARTED OR WHY:
I’ve been writing poetry or short stories most of my life. In the mid to late 90’s
I created pages for my poems and stories through free sites on the Web. Around the Year 2000 I left that all behind for about
10 years. When I joined Face Book I saw calls for poetry submissions.
It was suggested I start a Blog, which was an unfamiliar term
for me, and it was suggested I start one on Word Press. So I did.
Hmm. Give everyone the benefit of the doubt.
There’s a saying, which escapes me, that basically
says you can’t, nor should you judge another
person’s reasons for what they say or do. Something
about “Walking in their shoes.” Lol The joker in me
wants to say “Not in a million years!”
My Grandmother always said: If you have nothing
nice to say, don’t say anything at all. My experience
is the loss in translation, for example, I could type
I hate you! In comments, and leave it at that, OR
I could type “I hate you! LOL and add a smile. I have
been misjudged, so I know.
There’s more to be mentally and spiritually gained
In giving rather than receiving.
Hard. I am relatively new to Word Press. I think I
began writing Starlight and Moonbeams in November
of 2018. I made that my Poetry site and started Jen
Goldie for stories and Biographies. Harmonyville is
strictly for itself.
I love the Word Press Community of supporters and
friends that I’ve discovered. I discover new one’s
The bottom line is I couldn’t possibly start nominating.
It may sound like a copout and it is! LOL
I love everyone of those I’ve come to know through
reading their work. An amazing group of complex
and sometimes hysterical characters.
Sorry Sadje. But thankyou so much for thinking of me.
That’s over 300 words! Sorry I usually like to stay
under 150. I’ll excuse you if you skip to the end.
It reminds me of the time we had a test in grade
school. The teacher said, read the whole test before
you start. You guessed it!
The last line said
Don’t Do this test!