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Category Archives: Doing Good Works
Driving Miss Crazy
Originally posted on A Year of Living Kindly:
“Americans will put up with anything provided it doesn’t block traffic.” (Dan Rather) Over the last few years of exploring kindness, writing about it, and occasionally talking about it, one of the…
Posted in Doing Good Works, Inspiration, reblogged Tagged driving, good advice, kindness, Stress 2 Comments
Here is another excellent piece from the maven of kindness, Donna Cameron. Her entire blog is filled with such wonderful thoughts, expressed so well, that I can’t say enough about it. Go! Read! “Kind words can be short and easy … Continue reading
Posted in Doing Good Works, Inspiration, reblogged Tagged caring, Donna Cameron, kindness, words matter, writing 2 Comments
#Loveuary❤ – Rules And A Prompt List Of Sorts!
I had intended to share this while that month was still going on so that my readers could participate. Please forgive me for missing the boat on that! In any case, it’s a lovely idea and worth visiting Ritu’s blog … Continue reading
Posted in Doing Good Works, Inspiration, reblogged Tagged Love, Ritu, writing prompts 2 Comments
Why Are Libraries So Under-Appreciated?
I attended a class this morning at the Tennessee Small Business Development Center (TSBDC) office and the presenter (from an outside firm) mentioned Google several times, which kind of makes sense, as the class was about digital marketing and Google … Continue reading
An Open Apology To Dolly Parton
Originally posted on Rawe-struck:
Dear Dolly, I’ll be honest. I used to think you were a bimbo. I used to think you flaunted your big boobs, teased hair, tiny waist, and your syrupy-sweet southern accent just to sell yourself and…
Posted in Doing Good Works, Inspiration, reblogged Tagged doing good, Dolly Parton, Gatlinburg, Imagination Library, making a difference 1 Comment
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