I recently celebrated my two-year anniversary of joining Friday Fictioneers. There was no cake (the baker has retired) or fanfare, but I felt like I wanted to thank some of the wonderful writers who have encouraged me here. That is a mighty challenge, as there are so many of you! Ted Strutz‘s cheerful photo got me thinking of happy. You all are my happy thought.
I decided to stick to the wonderful few who have encouraged me from the beginning, and have continued to tune in pretty much every week that I write. Thank you, kind writers. Your encouragement, edits and support mean so much! To all of you who I love reading and hearing from, who could not be spun into silly words, know that I appreciate each and every comment. Constructive, honest feedback is always welcome. Admittedly, this one is NOT FICTION.
If you are interested in joining this merry band of writers, from all over the world, check out Rochelle Wisoff-Field’s blog Addicted to Purple. Let the merriment commence!
Exactly 100 Words of Gratitude
—> There’s no working Rochelle into one of my silly sentences, but without her passion and mgenation, we wouldn’t be here! Thanks for two fabulous years Rochelle, and congratulations on your retirement from the bakery. Their loss is the reading world’s gain!
And a giant thank you to Toby (AKA: Fearless Leader, T-man, an Angel, Dumbass) for tweeting me Every. Single. Week! You rock darlin’!
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