Love these quotes! (:
Just sharing some quotes I found on my perambulations on Google while searching for “deep thoughts”. I have them saved to my Pinterest board “Inspirational Thoughts”. After all, it’s always good to be able to call up a quoteable quote when the need arises.
When you speak your truth, it might not be particularly pleasant, it might even be a hard pill for anyone to swallow. But speak you must. I for one don’t believe in keeping quiet when clearly there’s wrongdoing going on.
So, here are those quotes, some of which may resonate with yourselves. I hope they make you think, and, if action is required, then take action.
Imagine you are some deity about to create a new universe from scratch, including all of its stars and planets, mountains and oceans, plants and animals. You’ll probably start with a handful of subatomic particles, a sprinkling of energy, and give it all a good mix together. If, as is more likely, you are a … Continue reading From “CHOAM” to “Chewbacca”: 10 Ways to Create New Words for New Worlds
I have new fav book series!!! "Steel & Stone" By: Annette Marie This fall, I found this book via a daily bookbub email showing me books on sale for roughly $2 or less (free). I believe the first book of the 5-book series "Chase the Dark" was most likely free and sounded interesting, so I … Continue reading NEW FAV BOOK SERIES! 
[ NOTE: I wrote this last month in 2015. Sorry for the delay!! ] Time for another segment of WICR!! (Pronounced like: "wicker") This fall, I've discovered 2 new series of books to immerse myself in--as well as 2 other books - each from two different series - that came out in the past two … Continue reading What I’m Currently Reading… (WICR)
Time for this new segment I like to call "What I'm Currently Reading" (WICR-or pronounced like 'wicker'). I've been unable to start a few handful of books I have in my Kindle library, putting them down and picking up new ones... It's sort of a fatal flaw of mine 😛 So, I've picked a few … Continue reading What I’m Currently Reading…
“The tie between me and my readers are words, ultimately as tenuous and fragile as a spiderweb and just as breakable. The greatest gifts I can hope to possess are enough perseverance to keep putting words on the page and enough patience to wait until my words are the right ones, before unleashing them on the rest of the world.”
Humans are born storytellers. Shortly after learning to string sentences together, we start sharing them: “Mommy, I did this…” or “Daddy, I did that….” We are eager to hear about others’ experiences, supposedly to learn from them and avoid their mistakes, and we like basking in the glory that our own stories give us (after being mentally edited, of course).
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