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Copy of September-October Featured Authors - New to my blog

I'm excited to announce a new feature on my website. Each month, I will be featuring an one or two authors. They will either be fiction or non-fiction authors. From time to time, I will be featuring both. 

Since, I'm getting a late start in September, this first featured authors will be for the months of September and October. 

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Celebrating National Dog Day!

Pippin - my beloved first dog

 

 

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Seeking Sage Newsletter Vol 47 July 12, 2021

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Memories

The last year or so has been full of major milestone anniversaries. 

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Adventures of My COVID-19 Rabbit Episode 397

Another great Sunday

https://youtu.be/MOFCPDgr42Y

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Adventures of My COVID-19 Rabbit Episode 391

A good Monday...

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A year we want to move forward and not go back in time.

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One time we can be positive about not going back in time, even for a second. 

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Celebrating National Public School Week

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Thank you to all students, teachers, supprt staff and administrators of our publis schools, especially in such a difficult year. Our prayers of protection and success for all of you. 

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Seeking Sage Newsletter Volume 24 Jan. 11, 2021

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Today, I read the story of when Abraham sent Hagar and Ishmael away. In the version I was reading, it said Hagar wandered aimlessly in the wilderness. I stopped reading and said ‘wandering aimlessly.’

That pretty much sums up how my life feels. This last week for sure, but maybe for several past years. 

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Happy New Years - 2021

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Wishing you the best for 2021  Happy New Year  - Lyndie Blevins

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Adventures of My COVID-19 Rabbit Episode 232

A special Veteran

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Book Review - THE PATH BETWEEN US - Study Guide

Book Title        The Path Between Us - Study Guide 

Book Author         Suzanne Stabile  

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Adventures of My COVID-19 Rabbit - Episode 210

An empty parking lot. 

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Seeking Sage Newsletter - Volume 11

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Working toward the common good is an innate part of my character. It spills out in all I do. 

The common good should be core focus of a community, but sadly, personalities and self-interests often win the day. 

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Seeking Sage Newsletter Volume 8

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Have you ever experienced a time of such distrust? 

It is hard to find anyone or any group you can trust?

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Adventures of my COVID-19 Rabbit - Episode 2

Today's adventure is about shopping in COVID-19 

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Thinking of you on February 14, 2020

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Ona day we are all serching for love. we shold remember the true source of love.

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At work at ACFW DFW, February 2020

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With Sara-Meg Seese, hard at work on the details on being Treasurer and Secretary at the February's meeting at ACFW DFW Chapter.

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Speaking at ACFW DFW on Twas the Night Before Christmas

At the 2019 Christmas Party, at ACFW DFW,  I spoke on the history and poetic structure of 'Twas the Night Before Christmas. 

Not one time when we pulled this story/poem out to read, did my parents tell me it was written in anapestic tertrameter. 

Thinking about Point of View, I'm taken with how the poem's format keeps you completely in the story. Not only that, but end though the can anticipate where each line is going, the rhyme doesn't allow you to skip the line, but demands hearing the rhyme.  

Lyndie Speaking At ACFW DFW

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Duncanville High School Class of 1970 50th Reunion

May 2, 2020 6:00 -11:00 pm - Warren's Backyard, Granbury, Texas

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Helping our friends in Louisiana

There are many ways you can help the flood victims in Louisianna 

Here is one at the North American Misssion Board

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Where We Are Located

Lyndie Blevins

P.O. Box 381029
Duncanville, Tx 75138
LyndieBlevins@guidingwind.com

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