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Jen Donaldson         11/24/2009 6:39:25 PM
you I love this!!!!!I am greatful for people like you who look for good even in the bad.I am greatful for the unconditional love my children have. Last I am greatful for sunshine!!! Submitted By: Jen Donaldson

karin keller         11/23/2009 11:52:36 PM
3 Things I am Thankful for 1. My family, who brings warmth and cheer to my heart. 2. The sunsets and sun rise, what a beautiful yet ever changing painting in the sky. That reminds to be Thankful for having eye sight and simply just being alive. 3. God, last but surely not the least of these three things. Submitted By: karin keller

karen kotoske         11/17/2009 7:51:33 PM
Velvet Revolution Sunny, thank you for this beautiful reminder of a million keys jingling in Wencesles Square, the bells of freedom which rang even before '90 in that square. I was in Prague in late '89 when the East German freedom train heroes were being protected up in the West German Embassy, and the word was on the street. Everyone felt that freedom was soon to break open and it did. Now we hear on National Public Radio (US) that communism is gaining in popularity and on congressional seats in the Czech republic, a response to the economic hard times. Havel is ill, though he made a brief appearance at a recent birthday celebration, but we hear that he is far more lionized in the US than in the Czech republic. We hope fervently the Czech people will stay courageous even in the face of very bad economic days. Submitted By: karen kotoske

sarah lunsford         11/15/2009 12:14:19 PM
Paper Nests As I writer, I too, have many papers nests, that I refer to as "piles", but, I like "nests" better:) There is just no way around the process of nesting to get what you want out of a research story or even one of fiction. I ask myself, how many times do I need to print out a short story to see it in order to make changes, then having read and made those changes, find that I am unable to throw it away because that would come close to throwing away a part of myself? Sunny, I agree with you with my whole heart, writing is a messy business in more ways than one! Submitted By: sarah lunsford

NA         11/13/2009 1:26:48 AM
The messiness of writing... For some, the creative process involves paper messiness. That is how the ideas get all mixed together to form a blend of new ideas. That's how it works for me, Sunny! Keep on moving through it. Darlene Submitted By: D

David Jennings         11/10/2009 6:01:36 PM
Hi Merikay Hi Merikay That was an automatic request sent out by Yahoo from my address book. Visited your site, it looks perfect for a writer. I would like to write my life experiences before I forget them. It has been an amazing journey. My mother is elderly now and has moved in with us. We are having fun with her! My Chinese step daughter, Zhi qing has not arrived yet. We built a beautiful addition for her. It has a study, bathroom, sleeping chamber, bamboo flooring, granite, skylights, everything... It was good to hear from you! Cheers Dave Submitted By: David Jennings

Mary Anne Gruen         11/10/2009 10:41:46 AM
Economic Realities in Calaveras County A lot of people are saying we've turned a corner economically, but it seems we've hardly seen the signs of it. I suspect they're all engaging in a bit of wishful thinking. That if they keep saying it, it will be so. I think there are a lot of people still hurting. Thank you for telling us how things are going in your county. Submitted By: Mary Anne Gruen

Fred         11/6/2009 11:24:58 AM
Wow! Sunny, This is terrific. Congratulations. I'll send this off to friends I kn ow will enjoy your work. Fred Submitted By: Fred

rayanda         11/5/2009 1:33:13 PM
your site, part 2 To continue: What I would suggest then, Sunny, is to expand the teasers for the two stories to a couple paragraphs each, to "entertain, inspire and inform" your visitors into reading and sharing more. Like sunshine on a crisp autumn day, you're a gentle soul who radiates warmth. I wish you well in all that you do. Bonne chance. Submitted By: rayanda

rayanda         11/5/2009 1:16:50 PM
your site Given that you took the time and effort to check out my suggestion, I know that you're going to do just fine because you're being fearless. However, I looked at the code for your site, and I could make the changes, so I know that OnyakTech could. OnyakTech is using DotNetNuke (DNN) modules and skins. As an open source platform, DNN is designed to be customizable. You have one of their package deals, I gather, and what OnyakTech is saying no to is making changes to the package and/or deal. Submitted By: rayanda

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