You would think, if one has done a certain thing many times in their life, they would adjust to it. Moving, it seems, doesn’t work
Cedar’s post the other day about choosing attainable goals started me thinking about things I’ve been trying to sweep under the rug for a while.
I remember playing with kaleidoscopes as a kid. There were more than one kind, but they all operate off the same basic principle of three
The boy-child is at vacation Bible school mornings this week. This is good, as I was starting to look for itinerant entertainers interested in taking
Actually it’s never too late to cut out these associations, but the sooner you recognize them and do so, the less risk you run of
They say you should write what you know. Many writers seem to interpret this as only writing about things they have experienced, which would be