I posted earlier about joining a senior bowler league. (You can read about it here.)
Today I want to tell about two very different bowlers I had the opportunity to watch this summer.
The first was a precious little, curly blonde who couldn’t have been older than six. Her pink cheeks equaled Shirley Temple’s and she seemed to have an innocence to match. Continue reading
Running on a Treadmill
Everyone seems so busy nowadays. Rush, rush, rush. It’s almost like we’re afraid that if we slow down, the world will turn against us.
Sometimes, it’s wise to step off the treadmill. Recently, on The Write Conversation, I wrote about slowing down for the summer and some advantages I’ve found. Continue reading
By Tim Suddeth
We have all been captured by the power of words. Whether it was a line from a summer song, a love poem from a not-so-secret admirer, or a campfire tale that made your skin tingle; we well save been captured in the grip of used words.
On The Write Conversation, I wrote about how you can have that one perfect word in you writing toolbox. You can find the link here.
I would love for you to return and
leave a comment about a well-turned phrase that has stuck in your mind.
Until next time, happy reading.