Friday’s Quotes for the Chicks
I know, I know, everyone says it so often these days, but I can’t help it.
I can’t believe that it’s the end of another week! My goodness it was just yesterday that Marc and I were at the fair walking around livestock and eating corn-on-the-cob. And now we are entering into yet *another* weekend (not complaining, mind you, just continually surprised at how fast time seems to be going.)
This weekend, I’ll be presenting on a writers’ panel at Bookstock which will be held in Woodstock, Vermont. I and two other writers from our blog – New Hampshire Writers Network – will be talking about the mechanics and growing pains of having and writing for a group blog, and how writing for a blog has helped our careers and/or writing.
I’ll be speaking from NHWN’s point of view, but I could also be talking from my Lessons Learned from the Flock point of view.
Even though I may have some assignments breathing down my neck, every weekday, I try my hardest to get a post up on this blog. I don’t do it for money (I don’t have advertising here, what you may see is generated from WordPress) I do it for the love of storytelling. My reward?
I get feedback like this from a reader. This is Pam’s “before” shot –
Way to rock tiny living Pam! It’s things like this that make it all worthwhile.
Be safe, go out in the sun, and I’ll see you all next week.
Wendy Thomas writes about the lessons learned while raising children and chickens in New Hampshire. Contact her at Wendy@SimpleThrift.com
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