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My neighbor is very supportive of his son. I have had many posts on my blogs about the family previously if you search through my two years of blogging and you come across anything to do with MikeFest. They are the founders of that program.
Their son is in a group that is called Eye Tooth. This band plays not only locally but across the state of Tennessee. They have been in a competition recently and have required people to vote for them.
Right now their standings are looking rather good.
I have watched this young man grow up and be a part of not only this band but also this community. He is a good role model for our youth and should be supported.
Please take the time to vote for Eye Tooth.
Thank you for your support in this matter
I am not a person who can just sit idle in a doctor’s office without getting antsy.
I love to take my crocheting with me so that I have something to keep me busy and keep my mind off of why we are there.
I have found that it keeps me focused and makes the time go by so much faster.
We had several weeks of back to back appointments so here is my creations.
My inspiration was the scarf that Mikey had as a challenge at https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Crochet-Crowd/116482731742088 The Crochet Crowd.
A hat to keep my head warm. Fingerless Gloves with a hat of their own lol. The shimmering heart scarf.
Some of my projects that I am working on are just too large to transport so I have to find little things to fill the void.
With my Kindle Fire I can download my pattern and take it with me.
I have also picked up many new prospective students too, who want to learn to do what I am making.
Let me know how I am doing so far…would love to hear from you.
What is your latest project? Share it with me please.
Weekly Writing Challenge: Dear ____________________
by Erica on October 28, 2013
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For this week’s writing challenge, channel your inner Abigail Von Buren. Experiment with the question and answer format. Taking inspiration from a question you’ve been asked recently, whether in conversation with a friend or sent in from a reader, don your best counselor hat and share your expertise.
Not up for kickstarting your career as an advice columnist? We’ve got a few more ways to help get you involved with this week’s focus on advice.
- What’s the best, or worst, piece of advice you’ve ever gotten?
- You’re the most important writer in the world, and everyone will be tuning in to your blog to listen to the one bit of knowledge you most want to share. What is it?
- Do you live by the advice you give? Sure, it’s easy to dish out opinions, but are you a pillar of your own beliefs?
I give lessons on Cooking, Crocheting, Sewing and Knitting on a regular basis. I do not feel this is classified as advice. It is simply someone who has worked the problem successfully at a prior time who is able to lend a helping hand to someone who has never walked that mile yet.
Helping a friend who is a new mother and is nursing her first baby my advice is very simple. The baby will let you know when things are not quite right. If things are flowing in a set pattern and routine then life is good. The plumber never puts in new pipes if there is not a problem.
If a problem is not going to make a difference a year from now, perhaps it does not need to be a top priority on the list. A lot of problems have a way of working themselves out on their own without doing anything but praying for the correct way for God’s will to be done. I always to suggest to pray for three days on the same subject before making a decision. This gives a person time to think with a clearer head and thought patterns.
Just thinking before you speak as to how it will have an effect on others will sometimes change the wording that would have otherwise been blurted out.
Remembering others and that they have feelings that can get hurt. To never speak when angry and to bite the tongue if it is going to be a cruel comment will save on an embarasing moment later on.
What questions as my reader would you like to see answered here?
Submit your questions and I will be glad to honestly answer them for you. (Or find a great source for your answer)
TammyeHoney’s Advice column is now open to her readers.
Bring on the questions….
I am ready and waiting..