Official rules for the Summer Writing Contest are as follows.
Please write a one paragraph to one page about Summer
Each entry will be placed in one of the following age categories as posted on entry. 5-6 / 7-8 / and 9-10
2. One three entries from each age category will be selected for final voting by a community of voters.
3. One winner will receive the grand prize of a creative writing pad or journal and a blue ribbon. 2nd and 3rd prize winners will receive a certificate and sheet of stickers.
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Life appears to get in the way of what we want to do, when in fact it is exactly what we need to do.
Sorry I have not been on for so long. Life has handed me American family and I some interesting hills and valleys as of late.
Everything is settling back down I think. Now it is time to focus on publishing my new book “The Great What If” and getting my Children’s Corner into more papers. I am hosting a colouring contest for newspapers during the month of Feb. So if you know of a paper that might be interested have them contact me by the 30th of January at firstname.lastname@example.org so I may send them the image to publish along with the rules.
I hope to be back on here more.
Light and love to the lot of you,
Please print out and colour. I am wanting to see if I can put colouring sheets and games on this blog.
I have been away for a long time, getting healthy again and working on getting my Children’s Corner syndicated. For those of you who are still reading this site THANK YOU!!! For sticking with me during the last seven months!!!
I am going to offer you something special to say thank you! Here are some of my Daily Children’s Corners for the month of Oct. I hope you and the wee ones in your world enjoy them.
Please let me know if you are able to print them. I am still working out the kinks in that part of my website.
I had a wonderful time in Gulf Shores, AL. Here are some pictures of my adventures with my human.
She has discovered my hiding place.
first stop breakfast at the Country Kitchen. I love building towers with the creamier containers.
I got to build a tunnel in the sand. Sadly it was not sturdy enough to withstand the weight of fast waves.
I ate bath salts. Humans put it on their hands to soften them, but I prefer to eat it.
This one restaurant had a sea tree, that was super fun to climb and hide in. I loved hiding and surprise the children that came to eat lunch.
I am so strong that when I tried to life this fork, I bent it!
I hope you enjoyed this peek into my adventures in Gulf Shores.
Until next time.
Have fun and be helpful,
I have a brand new Facebook page for anyone who is interested in learning about their dreams, or even how to remember their dreams. This is an interactive page so please post, comment and share with your friends .
King Lear was entertainging though hard to understand. I was relieved to know that I am at least not the only one who found this play a bit of a challenge to follow.
The gist of it is that two sisters join forces to drive their father to madness and their baby sister to death. (why I am not sure) It was fun see the costumes of the age, and try to understand Elizabethan English. I am defiantly not fluent in that form of the Queen’s English.
If you get the chance I would recommend seeing it, if for not other reason than the enjoyment that is Shakespeare. Wish I was able to converse with him on the pleasures of writing for the masses.
Getting excited for the show. The set before act one, scene one.