First, please notice that I specifically did not say “my last” blog post. I have not quit, abandoned, given up, or otherwise stopped blogging. I did take a rabbit trail of sorts, but all with good intentions . It was like this. As I was minding my own business, writing a post, laying out my ideasContinue reading “A Funny Thing Happened on My Way to My Most Recent Blog Post…”
Taken any sentimental journeys lately? Some people never leave their home towns, some leave and never look back, some return after an absence. Here is a part of my story; what is yours?
Here is my latest contribution to the #What’s On YOur Bookshelf Reading Challenge. What is on your bookshelf?
Here is my latest installment on the What’s on Your Book Shelf Reading Challenge. What is on yours? Do you have a favorite genre? author? Do you prefer to read old favorites or best sellers?
Do you blog? Is the experience of blogging different from what you expected when you began? Tell me how.
#whatsonyourbookshelfchallenge The Reading Challenge I love to read and love writing, as a blogger that goes without saying. But much of my reading is taken up by professional reading needs and so recreational reading is something that generally happens only on vacation. While I had come up with a plan for improving my reading capacity,Continue reading “My August Reading”
I was going to title this My Summer Reading Plan, Progress Note, (https://michelesomerville.blog/2021/06/14/my-summer-reading-plan but I feel the quickly draining away of summer, with all of the school supplies on sale, the summer clothes on sale that seem to be heralding the close, or clothes of one season morphing into another. I never did buy enoughContinue reading “My Summer into Fall Reading Plan”
Reading IS fundamental and we have to make time to do it! That said, it is something I struggle with, what about you?
Looking for some specific comments on the “About Me” section of my blog that I have recently updated. Does it work? Why? or Why Not? Constructive Comments appreciated!
I think the first book I remember reading, where I felt I had a movie camera in my head so that I could picture the characters, the scenery or the action, was Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women. I was about 11. It may be that I had seen the movie, but whether or not IContinue reading “Words Become Flesh: On Reading, Writing and Sermon Writing ~ Part I”