Tag Archives: August McLaughlin

Beautiful Little Voice

As I tried to think about all the beautiful things I could write about for August McLaughlin’s Beauty of a Woman Blogfest V, I realized most had to do with what I’ve learned with age: Patience Let it go Live … Continue reading

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The Wabi Sabi of August McLaughlin

“Sexuality, which is innate, includes your gender, sexual orientation and sex-related impulses and desires, how you relate intimately with yourself, others, and arguably, the world. It’s in your essence, your spirit, your soul. While you won’t discover everything you need … Continue reading

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My Big But

I am the Kim Kardashian of big buts. I’m smiling as I imagine furrowed brows and crinkled noses: “She spelled ‘butt’ wrong.” But, I spelled it correctly, and as if staring at a reflection of a big butt, my ‘but’ … Continue reading

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It Hurts to Be Beautiful

Death and a generation can change a perspective in an instant. When I first signed up to participate in August McLaughlin’s Beauty of a Woman Blogfest IV , I flip-flopped between a couple of different topics I might write about. Little did … Continue reading

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M.G. Miller: The Next Big Thing!

This week, I’m excited to continue The Next Big Thing blog hop with my guest, M.G. (Mike) Miller. His answers to the ten questions below will give you a peek into this multi-talented author I’ve come to know through his … Continue reading

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