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Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Wednesday Festival: Writing and Remembering

Leah Sophia says, "This time I blogged for the national To Write Love on Her Arms Day - TWLOHAD, Friday 13 November, and intended to say a lot more about my own experiences (but didn't). Like several others, I'm also blogging for NaBloWriMo (National Blog Writing Month) and picked up Jan's idea of blogging thanks, which works perfectly with 4 days left at the end!"

Another NaBloWriMo participant, Deb, shares: "I'm one of many who are participating in NaBloWriMo, like Mindy for instance... there may be other RevGals too!! With so much going on in my life it isn't hard to find something to blog about...A fun one... how many rainy day songs do you know? See this post and chime in...AND...Would appreciate prayers and insight on our family issue - it's about the process of dealing with my mother-in-law's terminal diagnosis. Easy for no one but God's grace does cover and hold us up..."

FrogBlogger says, "Here is a post for Wednesday. Several of the bloggers on RGBP are impacted by this tragic loss. Please be in prayer for the immediate family and extended family/friends/colleagues at this time."

and for more memories...with Veteran's Day as part of our last week, be sure to read Songbird's Remembering.

Lorna introduces us to a blogger friend, Olive.
Sally has a rant. "I will say no more."

What's in your writing and prayers these days? Are you participating in NaBloWriMo? Let us know in the comments! Link to your posts and those of other ring members using this simple formula: <a href="the url of your blog post goes here">what you want the link to say goes here</a> For a complete how-to, click here.


  1. Here's the link for the musical post from me...

  2. Sorry and thanks, Deb...I fixed the link up top, too. Some days are betters than others days...!

  3. Mary Beth -
    No worries. Life is too short.


  4. In another bit of remembering, I have a reflection from our time in the NICU for National Prematurity Awareness day yesterday.

    Fight for Preemies

  5. Oops. Didn't even know about NaBloWriMo. Typical me!!

  6. I didn't know about NaBloWriMo either. If the bottom-line goal is 30 posts in 30 days, can you cheat and do a couple of (presumably interesting, insightful)posts in one day to make up for a day of no posting?

  7. LChik: Not sure who legislates these things, so I will say YES!
    Get to writing!


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