This is the phone call I woke up to this morning. Trying to collect my senses as I wiped the sleep from my eyes. Listening to my daughter but not fully awake enough to actively participate in the conversation.
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I have decided to try my hand at the A to Z Challenge this year. If you are unfamiliar with the challenge then please visit their page to learn more and to get involved.
Today is the traditional theme reveal day, in which each blogger that is participating reveals what their theme for the month will be.
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Today I am not firing on all cylinders. As a matter of fact, I am misfiring at best. I feel like my head is in a different plane of existence; one in which all rational thought is unattainable; where all grammar and rules of common sense do not apply. I feel as if I am on cold medication without the benefit of the sleepiness.
When this poem first came to me, I thought it was about a prior relationship. The more I looked at this poem and worked with it to get it exactly the way I wanted it to be, I realized it was about so much more.
So is one of those filler words. Similar to like and very. These are words that are overused, really mean nothing, and don’t add anything to a sentence. If you are writing and you see “so”, “like”, or “very”, take a minute and rethink their use.
Recently I wrote about the significance of a handwritten love letter. There truly is something magical about putting pen to paper rather than just pounding away at a keyboard. If you are looking for some inspiration on what to write in a romantic note for Valentine’s Day why not look to literature.
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