Gayl, a friend and poet
Who loves the Lord and cares
She shares her heart and her prayers
In lines of poetry, rhythm, and sometimes rhyme
We face another time of change here at the #LMMLinkup, saying goodbye to Gayl as a host. She supported our community for years now. She prays over each of you every week; and during my time of challenges with my family’s health, she provided a great deal of love and support. I will miss her so much, but I know she will still link up her regular posts. Gayl is an exceptional poet, writer, and great friend. I hope you all will jump over to her blog and wish her well.
In the meantime, I will take off the Labor Day holiday next Monday to revamp and rethink our linkup. Where do you see our community going? I want to continue this Monday linkup and do not plan to end it, but how can we improve upon it? What are your thoughts and ideas?
Should we start themes each week? Should we invite guest posters again? If you are interested in submitting guest posts for our community please email me at marykatbpcsc45 @ gmail (dot) com. I would love to hear from you.
Also please help me spread the word about my new teaching adventure on Outschool: Exploring Realms of Creative Writing. I have a session beginning today at 1 p.m.; but I scheduled a second session beginning on Wednesday, September 5 at 1 p.m. to give folks more time to sign up.
I have one student starting with me today; so, if you sign your teen up today for the nine-week course, he/she will experience a lot of personal attention along with fun, hands-on assignments designed to introduce him/her to creative writing genres including poetry, short stories, creative non-fiction; and magazine and newspaper article writing. I hope to see you at Outschool.
Now on to our weekly linkup. First let’s meet your hosts:
Gayl at Words, Photos and Art
Mary at Mary-andering Creatively
Last Week’s Top Clicked
My Favorite Post
By ANITA OJEDA
I will be honest, I did not select this post for the subject, necessarily. I loved the picture. I let out an awe when I saw it. Then, I loved reading the story behind it, and how Anita tied it all together into a really positive message. This post is one not to miss.
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Now, it is time to link up to the Literacy Musing Mondays hop!