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Friday Facts and Contemplations

1-      I will be a New Yorker/New Jerseyan for only two more weeks. Time is flying!

2-      Being authentic is hard work and not for the weak. However, none of us are weak J

3-      It takes a conscious effort to be aware of and to bust up faulty foundations, those false beliefs and negative experiences that have become ingrained into the ways that we operate and think.

4-      Writing the first novel is labor intensive. I’ve sent out Pieces of Her to test readers and am gearing up for my fifth (and hopefully final) revision. Stay tuned for the official launch date.

5-      My mom inspires me. She exemplifies how to keep rolling with the punches, picking yourself up and trying again, and constantly evolving. She’s my she-ro.

Have a great day!

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One comment on “Friday Facts and Contemplations

  1. Reflections of Autumn
    May 9, 2013

    That flower is absolutely lovely.

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