Speaking of Thesaurus Collections, so many of you have been avid readers and proponents of seeing the Emotion Thesaurus in book format, and we want you to know we're working hard on that. We appreciate all your support, and we hope you'll continue to recommend our site to others as in our case, platform will be key to obtaining a home for an enhanced, extended version of the Emotion Thesaurus.
And, also to do with change, I'm guest posting over at Robyn Lucas's blog on TRANSITIONS. I know they can be a struggle to master, but they are extremely important to both flow and the reader's connection to the story. So, if this is an area of growth for you, check it out!
|Me, my bro & granny|
Growing up, my grandma loved to cook for us. On the farm, she'd bring us jugs of Koolaid as we picked roots in the fields, and on visits to her house, we wouldn't even have a chance to sit down before a parade of cookies, squares, cheese and crackers, sandwiches and jello w/bananas graced the table. We learned to never eat before coming, because you just couldn't say no to her, lol. She'd just tell us, "Go on, don't be afraid to eat!" She was a card player too, and rummy was her game. Not that she ever won much...she was too busy making sure us grand kids had every opportunity to lay down the final card.
So that's a bit about my granny, a special lady. She taught me a lot about living and loving life. I just wanted to share a piece of her so you'd know her a little too. :)
Have a great weekend, everyone!