Day 31: This blog, once

With a nod to Deborah Freedman’s book This house, once, I wrote my own version thinking about this month.

20 thoughts on “Day 31: This blog, once

  1. Terje says:

    Happy to read your slices and appreciating your comments. Your positive spirit, good sense of humor and creative surprises as a blogger make it a pleasure to be in your company. So far virtual but I hope to meet you in person too.Hugs.

  2. mandyrobek says:

    Thanks for sharing your writing journey with me and your support with a daily comment. I hope to meet you in person one day and give you a great big HUG!

  3. A neat, unique and most pertinent way to wrap up another great month of writing together in this space Elsie. As always, thank you for being a friend, writer, and a reader.

  4. I like how each quote builds on the one before. We start with the ABC’s and then finally we use them to preserve our life stories. Writing really is a gift!

  5. lindabaie says:

    A truly fitting ending to your month of writing, Elsie. You are the real example of what slices are supposed to be. I love that book, and you’ve added to it immeasurable. Deborah Freedman would love to see this!

  6. Once again we learn something new from you. The words are memorable, the format is unique (for us), and the Slice is gorgeous. Thanks for being such a loving dependable mentor, day after day.

  7. Judy C. says:

    We did it! Great slice. I like the speech bubbles that speak your words. Thanks for your comments and friendship. Looking forward to Tuesdays.

  8. Elsie, I love your use of a mentor text to write this final post. I enjoyed reading it and loved the beautiful speech bubble that provided the background for your words. Your last thought – writing is so powerful because it preserves our thinking – makes it visible for others to see. I loved reading your posts and hope to see you every Tuesday on Slice! Thank you!

  9. And this blogger experienced the joy of meeting the writer of these words! Happy memories continue with our shared writing. Congrats on another year of meeting the March challenge

  10. I feel like you tried something new in this slice as a writer. Maybe it is just the format? I like it, though. The four separate statements allowed me to focus in on the significance of each one. Kudos to you

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