I’m popping in with a few more words this week.
My friend Charity asked me to share as part of her “One Word” series, and I was honored to do so.
Charity and I met along the banks of The Frio River last November at a writer’s retreat. Although we didn’t have nearly enough time together, it was no accident that our paths crossed.
Here’s a little bit about Charity, in her own words:
I am a writer, bringing words to life through essays, stories, blog posts, and books. I am the co-author of On Being a Writer: 12 Simple Habits for a Writing Life that Lasts (T.S. Poetry Press, December 2014) and have contributed essays to three books, including, Letters to Me: Conversations with a Younger Self. I am regularly published at various venues, including The Curator, where I am a staff writer, and TweetSpeak Poetry, where I am a contributing writer. I also am a content editor at The High Calling. In addition, I lead workshops and speak at other venues on topics of faith, writing, and family. As a freelance editor and corporate communications specialist, I help others bring their words to life in print and online through books, brochures, websites, social media, newsletters, and more. I live with my husband and three step-sons in rural Indiana.
Before you jump over to read about my “One Word,”: cherish this piece by Charity over at The High Calling. This one will stay with you~ if you have ever faced cancer or know someone who has. So truthful and beautiful.
Happy Friday Friends,
Blue Jean Girl
Psst…..Writer friends: Charity and Ann have a new book just for YOU! Check it out here: