Welcome to Writing is Communication
Inside you will find a platform of writing where the dominate themes are: parenting, children, mental health, and writing itself.
“As we had done so many times before, we grasped hands. Only this time it was his hand that offered me comfort. It was his small hand, warm and encouraging in mine. A solid reminder of love, kindness, and reassurance.“
Other topics range from crafts, creative writing, freelance writing, holidays, and kid’s learning activities, to memoir & life stories, and travel as well as occasional participation in other WordPress writing prompts.
“Pacifier, tootie, sucky…whatever you choose to call it, how do you eliminate it from your child’s life? At one point that pacifier seems like a saviour, but eventually its true colours show, as it is sought after for comfort and security.“
“For any of you who have seen the movie The Croods, particularly the scene where the baby is held up in the air. This baby is feral with arms and legs flailing, mouth chomping, and spit flying; this baby is primed for mischief. That was my 2 year old!“
Weekend Coffee Share is the first blogging community I joined within WordPress. I instantly fell in love with the community itself, and I have embraced it as part of my regular routine for blogging. That said, I try to post one Coffee Blog a month preferably around the first of the month. “If we were having coffee…” is such a fun and open topic that can be deeply personal, or it can be as simple as tipping the mug to allow the hot bitter java to dampen your tongue before moving on. Regardless, I would encourage visitors to read my Coffee posts, and to seek out other posts with the tag #weekendcoffeeshare. If you are interested in sharing coffee post yourself you can link-up by visiting Nerd in the Brain http://www.nerdinthebrain.com
“Crawling on his knees Gregory moved toward the music. Quietly he parted the branches of a bush and pushed his head through into a small clearing, and in the middle was the strangest sight Gregory had ever seen! Six bullfrogs playing frog sized instruments: drums, guitar, and keyboard, with a leader singer and a couple backup singers. Gregory gasped in surprise; the bullfrogs stopped playing, and looked at him with golden coloured eyes.“
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