Hey, all!  The outline for Part III of What Lies Within is complete, but the story is not ready yet.  I hope to have it complete by next week.

So, I thought I’d share some classic stories that came up this week, and why they popped up.  (Have you read any of these?  Have any come up for you this recently?)

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I strongly dislike rabbits, the wild ones.  They are everywhere, everywhere, everywhere, and they have been a nuisance to our garden, eating our strawberries last year and our purple flowers this year.  I always feel like Mr. McGregor when I complain about them!

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My Sunday writing student is working on being more descriptive.  We talked about people watching, and I mentioned Harriet the Spy.  Great notetaking, but a dangerous practice. . .

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I actually haven’t read this book, but it came up during my Vision Workshop today when I talked about how dreams are not limited by age.  Laura Ingalls Wilder was in her 60’s when she published the famous Little House on the Prairie series.

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This is one of my favorites of the newer children’s classics, and it came up this past week during our Early Education Enrichment class.  It’s a clever book and great for sequence of events practice.  Kids love it!

I hope you had a wonderful weekend, everyone!   I’d love to hear about books that came up for you this week.  Much love, many blessings. ❤

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