Christmas Eve–“Warmth”

  Christmas Eve 2014, gave us the most spectacular sunset I have ever seen in Pensacola, Florida.  A brilliant streak of light shot up from the center of the sun itself, turning the entire area a blood-red color.  All of these photos are untouched and were taken with my Samsung Galaxy S5 phone camera. As … Continue reading Christmas Eve–“Warmth”

Ronovan’s Weekly Haiku Challenge–Innocence & Life

(Image credit: Elizabeth I) “The First Queen” Her virtue intact – she stumbles throughout her life, forlorn without love. 2014 © Copyright-All rights reserved Ronovan’s Weekly Haiku Challenge is one of my favorite challenges because you can stretch the words into meaning something far different from the original words that you begin with.  Do … Continue reading Ronovan’s Weekly Haiku Challenge–Innocence & Life

Awards & Now Award Free Blog

I started blogging in late March 2014, and to date I have received so many awards that I cannot ever reciprocate the great kindness that has been shown to me. There has been so much virtual love and friendship developed from the kindness of our blogging world. Thank you from the bottom of my heart … Continue reading Awards & Now Award Free Blog

A different kind of Christmas.

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With my Advent calendar at an end today, I wanted to do something special on here, before I pop off for Christmas.
So, I have asked Colleen Chesebro, who blogs at Silver Threading to do a guest post, which she has very kindly done.
Colleen began her blog around the same time as me and has come on in leaps and bounds. I always enjoy reading her posts, which cover a variety of topics. She also hosts a Writer’s Quote Wednesday feature, which you may have noticed I have recently started participating in. It’s good fun to join in, if you ever fancy a go.
So, I was thrilled to bits when Colleen said she would write a post for me about why she doesn’t celebrate Christmas. I’ll let her introduce herself and her post.
My friend Dorne, from Write Dorne asked me to do a guest…

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Peace & Joy

Peace & Joy: My year in Review VIEW SLIDE SHOW DOWNLOAD ALL Thank you for taking this journey with me.  Merry Christmas to everyone.  ~Colleen, from Silver Threading~ I will be taking a few days off for the holiday.  See you Saturday, December 27, 2014.

Writer’s Quote Wednesday Weekly Wrap-Up for 12/17/2014

  Welcome to the WRITER’S QUOTE WEDNESDAY Wrap-Up where our writers showcase their hard work from the previous week – and here it is. Please do not link to this post.  Link to the new prompt on Wednesday, December 31, 2014. THERE WILL NOT BE A WRITER’S QUOTE WEDNESDAY PROMPT POST THIS WEEK TO CELEBRATE … Continue reading Writer’s Quote Wednesday Weekly Wrap-Up for 12/17/2014

One Word Photo Challenge– “Olive”

               Jennifer Nichole Wells One Word Photo Challenge color for this week is olive.  This is an easy color to produce here in Northwest Florida right now because just about all the remaining evergreen type trees and bushes are this color.  Enjoy! Fairy Swamp has olive colored bushes. The tall Florida Pines are an olive … Continue reading One Word Photo Challenge– “Olive”

10 Signs You’ve Found Your Calling

What a fabulous article this is! See if it fits you!

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How can you tell if you’ve found your calling? As a doctor who was called to medicine at a young age but then wound up disillusioned by the system, questioning my calling, I’ve asked myself this question a lot. It’s been a long strange trip—first leaving medicine, then feeling called back, then leaving again only to find my role inhealing our broken health care system as a writer, speaker, revolutionary, and teacher of physicians.
Along the way, I’ve learned a few things about how to know whether you’re on the right track.
1. You’ll realize you’ve been training for your calling since the moment you were born.
Even the gritty things, the disappointments, the regrets, and the screw ups, they were all prepping you for whatyou’re now being called to do. You’ll realize that the divorce, the bankruptcy, the death of your…

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