Every month a question will be posed that may prompt you to share advice, insight, a personal experience or story. Remember, the question is optional. You can write about anything that relates to your writing journey.
Let's give a warm welcome to our co-hosts: Joylene Nowell Butler, Jacqui Murray, Sandra Cox, and Lee Lowery!
This month's question is: Is there someone who supported or influenced you that perhaps isn't around anymore? Anyone you miss?
Is this an auspicious day or what?
|My sister, Erva, Mom and me, |
about the time I wrote my "essay."
|Me and Mom. |
I was about five.
She lived a long and wonderful 93 years and though she's been gone from this plane of existence for ten years, I still miss her and long to hear her voice, her laughter, and long to feel her hugs. She didn't get to see any of my published books and stories, but she's there, lurking in the pages, peeking out from behind the words and I know she is smiling.
And now some news. You know how things change, right? I'm not at liberty just yet to fully explain, but it has to do with health (not my own, I'm fine) and I'm going to be pre-occupied. Because of that, I'm not sure when I'll be posting again. Who knows I might show up next month, but then again it might be several months before you read my glittering words again.
And so, on that note, I bid you adieu for now.
Take care, everyone. Be safe. Be thankful.
Today I'm thankful for this day. What are you thankful for?