Lovely Words Vol. 37

September 19, 2011

Welcome to the September 19, 2011 edition of Lovely Words. Please, let us never forget to pray for the victims and  families of the 9/11 tragedy. We begin this edition with them in our hearts and minds: We will never forget!


Pamela Jorrick presents September 11th posted at Blah, Blah, Blog.
Laura Grace Weldon presents Healing The Next Generation posted at Laura Grace Weldon, saying, “The science of epigenetics shows that the choices we make today will resonate in the minds and bodies of our grandchildren.”
Toni Styles presents niche or quiche? posted at Toni Elizabeth Styles.

Who Inspires You.

Danette M. Schott presents A Door to Seeing a Brother’s Disability as an Opportunity posted at Help! S-O-S for Parents, saying, “This guest post is written by Caroline McGraw and is a loving letter to her parents on their 28th anniversary.”

What Inspires You



Dante presents On My Droid posted at Mr. Good Kat’s Life, saying, “Self-Reinvention Poetry” Leah Bulacan presents Mom posted at deranged damsel.


Laura Grace Weldon presents The Antidote Is Awe posted at Bit of Earth Farm, saying, “We clamor over our concerns when our lives may be better measured by how much awe we allow ourselves.”

Lovely Words

Lj Quillyn presents Sweet sorrow posted at In Full Career.


Lj Quillyn presents Dear Writing, I have a confession to make… | The Writing Life of LJ Quillyn posted at The Writing Life of LJ Quillyn, saying, “Tough realities of being a writer….”
Ken Lange presents Warming Up, Mentally posted at Kenneth Lange.

Writer’s Resource

Rodney Maley presents Word Habits posted at Life-fficient.
Kathy Nelson presents 10 Ways to Read e-Books Without an e-Reader posted at Broadband Service Providers, saying, “e-Books are becoming very popular, and while some are a compliment to the paper published book, others are solely available as an electronic book. e-Readers are a great way to take multiple books with you on the go, but did you know that you do not need an e-Reader in order to read an e-Book? Listed below are ten ways to read an e-Book without an e-Reader.”

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