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By Laura Drake I’m probably the poster child for the “Write what you know” side of the throwdown. Why? I’ll out myself at the end of this post. Let me answer the easy one first. How? For the last ten years I’ve had an … Continue reading
by Fae Rowen Let me offer this disclaimer first: Even though I’ve spent a lot of hours researching this particular blog, it is purely for entertainment purposes. Take what resonates with you, what you find fun (or funny), what you … Continue reading
Gung Hey Fat Choy! Happy New Year. First of all I want to say a special thanks Andrew (Andy) Chang, who teaches Chinese Culture. He helped make this blog possible. While I am not Chinese myself, my marriage to a … Continue reading
by Fae Rowen Allow me open a window to your personality, as well as your character’s. If you already know all about the Myers-Briggs Personality Test and the sixteen personality types, you can skip down to the stars, below. I’m no psychologist … Continue reading
By D. A. Watt In my two previous blogs, I covered three other key lessons I’ve learned from horses; Attitude, Knowledge, and Imagination. Notice, talent is not included in my title. It’s not about talent; it’s about the three T’s of … Continue reading
Compiled and edited by Sharla Rae The holidays are upon us and everywhere you go, there are people rushing as lights wink merrily and Christmas music plays. Have you ever wondered about these treasured songs and how they gained popularity? The … Continue reading
by D. A. Watt KEY # 1 ATTITUDE ” To be honest, I’ve learned more valuable life lessons from horses than most people. Unlike humans, horses forgive and forget with patient sighs and much lip licking.” D. A. Watt I’ve still … Continue reading
SAVE THE DATE! Don’t miss our guest, DONALD MAASS, blogging at Writers in the Storm this Friday. Ever since Jenny wrote about her dog Hoshi, I’ve thought I should write about my cats and what they’ve taught me. Anticipation: When … Continue reading