Discombobulated

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  1. Andrea, I’m impressed that you’ve written so much in a short amount of time. Have friends who’ve started blogs and petered out after a half dozen submissions. I suspect the writing itself will help you sort out what kind of writer you are/want to be.

    If I haven’t suggested before, check out Connie Schultz on Facebook. She ( and her husband) are friends. Her writing on the stuff of everyday is good enough for many people to enjoy/identify with.

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  2. Hi, Andrea. While I haven’t commented before now, I’ve been following your blog for a while. Can’t remember how I discovered it, perhaps via Brevity? At any rate, I just want to let you know that I gave you a shout out in my first post in the Zero to Hero challenge.

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    1. Thanks so much Ron – I enjoyed your post. I can related to everything you wrote (except the penmanship; though I also have terrible penmanship, it doesn’t bother me), especially the inner editor. It’s different for me in my notebok than it is on the keyboard though – my inner editor (who asks “is this crap?”) is quieter in my notebook because I rarely intend journal work to go out into the world.

      For anyone interested in Ron’s piece, “This thing between me and my notebook,” here’s the link:
      http://dischordantforms.wordpress.com/2014/01/04/this-thing-between-me-and-my-notebook/

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  3. Oh dear, that was totally my fault, Ron. I am so sorry. I read your post, now that I know which one was yours, and I loved it. I especially like that you are focused on fun, and I can totally related to you jumping in with both feet into not one, but two challenges. Thank you for the shout out, and for anyone who would like to read about Ron’s “fine mess” here’s the link:

    http://iritesgood.wordpress.com/2014/01/04/what-have-i-done/

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  4. I for one and so glad that you are continuing your blogging and writing journey. Happy to be an onlooker and even part of the journey in some small way. Happy 2014! Here’s to “the craft” šŸ˜‰

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