The other day a blogger friend, Jeannette Levellie, gave me an award-Superior Scribbler. I'm not sure what constitutes a superior scribbler, but her words about it warmed my heart. She said there were rules but I don't know them, except to pass the award on to others.
What an excellent way to encourage and uplift.
I have several in mind.
The first is a group, the Kindred Hearts, without them I would not be writing. There are many things other than what is below but too numerous to share. They each deserve this award in their own way. http://firstname.lastname@example.org/
Clella Camp with her "can do" encouragement both in writing and life, and how she answers my unending technical questions about the computer. Plus, she is the Kindred Hearts fashion guru.
Jeanie Wise who willingly shares whatever she learns. Her writing combines her medical profession with spiritual lessons and she forwards writing resources and shares her notes from any writers conference.
Laura Groves, a mother of four boys, shares insight, patience and understanding in my efforts. As my roommate at the writer's conference she boosts my confidence to go forward into unknown territory.
Johnnie Donley supported me, urged me, to write my first attempt at fiction writing. Of course she said it was good, whether it was or not :) Her own novel, almost completed, is wonderful and inspires me to keep on.
Check out their individual blog sites on the kindred heart writers blog.
Melinda Means for her energetic, honest and open parenting situations on her blog. I love her light hearted style. http://parentingconfessions.blogspot.com/ The blog is wonderful and brings back so many memories for me.
Thank you again Jen.