For this Blogisode, my topic is bit different, turning this into a combination of a movie review and motivational message. In the Bible, God says he's everywhere and in everything. So, I feel there's a message to be learned in any situation, depending if your eyes are opened wide enough to see it. Read about how I found a life lesson in a below-the-radar hit comedy that I stumbled upon in the past week! Trust me, this Blogisode is a Can't-miss!
It's another Friday, which means I'm presenting you another session of FLOETRY FRIDAY! This time I'm taking it to TEXT as on display this week is a poem I've written called "BOREDOM." It's an emotion that's common in today's world and I've addressed it in my own unique way. Check it out! Take a read! Hope you enjoy! God bless!
This is Special Holiday Edition of The Eleventh Hour! On this Blogisode, I offer my viewpoint how important it is to have a strong figure in the family and how it'll effect the children for the future. This is to honor all Father's out there today, who take this role as seriously as I do. I have two reasons why every day for me a Happy Father's Day!
Salutations my peeps! This is a special post on The Eleventh Hour, because its not my typical Blogisodes that I post every week. Today I'm presenting you with another skill in my arsenal of talents: poetry. I had such a good start to my morning that a feeling of positivity came over me, a feeling …
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Such a cool short story! I like the POV. Very inventive.
Welcome to Sunday Scribbles!
Today marks week 23 of the 52 week writing challenge!
The prompt for 11th June is ‘Art’:
This week, the prompt is related to the #FlashFicHive challenge on Twitter, run by Anjela Curtis: http://anjelacurtis.com/flashfichive/. The challenge was to write a story inspired by a GIF. If you want to join in, details are above and on twitter: https://twitter.com/FlashFicHive
The GIF I chose is:
I aimed for no more than 1000 words. I got 874.
My Attempt: Graffiti isn’t art
The painted eyes never tired, closed, nor slept. At the end of the day, the passersby dwindled, but the harsh words clung to the pastel image. Vandalism, not art. Every day brought new people. They rushed by, shuffled by, hobbled along past the wall where he lay. Their open mouths spat accusations and…
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I liked this blog so much that I had to repost! Enjoy everybody!
Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.
This post tonight, is being served with a side of indignation.
Because I am angry.
I hesitate to post this, because, well…you’ll see. But I need to vent.
You see, I’ve recently started reaching out to various potential sponsors for my blog. Exciting times, I know.
So I contacted an eating disorder treatment center this afternoon. Wrote them a beautiful letter, inviting them to check out my blog.
And this woman sends me back a one-liner: “Certainly promotes being skinny!”
Certainly promotes being skinny…exclamation point.
Do you hear that? It’s the sound of the are-you-freaking-kidding-me explosion of outrage detonating inside my soul.
But more than outraged, I was just hurt.
First of all…the fact that a mental health professional wrote such a derogatory word to a former anorexic is just the epitome of insensitive.
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I usually don't like when I draw a blank, especially when I'm in the middle in of the biggest operations in my life! However, as I often say, there's always a positive flower that blooms in the dismal plain of negativity. On this Blogisode, I share my thoughts on how important stepping back can be in order to continue moving forward. Read. Enjoy!