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Linda         3/3/2010 10:27:04 AM
thoughts Interesting ideas. I do believe we have the ability to chose who we are and who we will become...and have some ability to control how others view us. This thought is in oppostion to the prevelant thought given birth in the 70's that we are mere products of our environment. Every politician knows the truth and value of creating an image. And some even come to view their creation as their true person. Thank you for writing this...I do believe we are blessed with the ability to choose; the hitch is to learn what has lasting value and to choose wisely... Submitted By: Linda

Raul Oscar         2/27/2010 9:44:03 PM
Reading, creative writing, poetry Hellow dear, nice to meet you. Regards from Argentina Submitted By: Raul Oscar

Jan Hovey         2/27/2010 1:13:47 PM
Niiiiiiiiiiice! Sunny - You are so aptly named! Great job. Big hugs, Jan Submitted By: Jan Hovey

Beth         2/26/2010 12:11:06 PM
Deerest I LOVED this story!! It was the BEST!! Submitted By: Beth

Jim Lanier         2/24/2010 3:41:19 PM
howdy Well, I am keeping my word! I read your articles on the Writer's symposium and the deer under the porch. I hope the writers don't fall prey to preditors! Now I'll try to buy your story about Pres. Carter... jl Submitted By: Jim Lanier

Linda         2/22/2010 11:25:06 PM
happiness I think that happiness is something we chose and chose to embrace. It is seeing the glass as half-full, not half-empty. No, not a life of wearing rose-tinted glasses...but living a life that seeks to hear the music of the brook and not just feel the bruising of the hidden rocks. For myself, my happiness is rooted in my faith...a faith that I chose to embrace because it fills my soul and who can ask for more than that? These 5 things (Lyubomirsky) offered are all aimed outward and would tend to get one's eyes off one's ownself. Happiness also comes from a life in true self-less service to others. Good thoughts for tough times. Certainly happiness is not found in materialism. Just my thoughts! Love ya, l Submitted By: Linda

Laura Novak         2/22/2010 9:01:56 PM
optimism a lovely essay, SUnny. I spend moments every night before I go to sleep, counting my blessings. I run out of digits. I am very fortunate. What a lovely essay! Submitted By: Laura Novak

Bill TIllman         2/21/2010 3:46:00 PM
You Sonny you are a joy to know, I wish I had my kindergarden pic mine was in '51. The Lord bless you and your family on this beautiful day. Submitted By: Bill TIllman

Ιrene Voulgaris         2/12/2010 1:41:45 AM
your story "Grand Slam" Hello from Greece, Is this a real story? Unemployment rates are soaring and so are prices in Greece, too. I would like to translate your story -if it is real- and publish it on my blog in Greek with your name and website URL, if you allow me to do so. My blog is http://www-voulgari.blogspot.com Submitted By: Ιrene Voulgaris

eldesa m bruce         2/11/2010 2:48:02 PM
NOW Story Hi Merikay McLeod, I was just 6 years old when I first heard on cassette tape the NOW story you wrote. It was one I will never forgot and I am 40years old. I told my daughter who is 10 about the story and she has become fond of it as well. The Lord really gave you wisdom and vision to write that story. I loved the ending when Tom was really your gaurdian angel. I heard that there is a video copy of the story. If possible would you know how I could get a copy of the story on tape or video for my daughter. I actually found the original hard ciopy of the book in my dad's garage yesterday. I just thought I'd say thank you for a wonderful story that was never forgotten. Eldesa dleeg08@yahoo.com Submitted By: eldesa m bruce

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