As National Poetry Month ends, I delight in the poems I have written and those I have sought to read. This month, my friend, Shari and I have shared poetry with each other on Facebook. It's been lovely to have a poetry pal. 🙂 We shared of love of music, and now share the love … Continue reading The End of National Poetry Month
Day 23 of National Poetry Month. I'm still at it and writing like crazy--two to five poems a day. I'm on a roll! Here's the one for today. If you would like to read more poems, visit my National Poetry Month 2021 page. Happy reading! Have a wonderful day!Blessings, Kaci Books Kaci RigneyBooks, books! How … Continue reading Books!
While time ticks by, we wait to see our new grandbaby, now four months old. We wait to visit our children, wait to go on vacation. We wait for many things in life, don’t we? Especially now. But what do we do in the meantime? I hope you are taking advantage of the time to … Continue reading Waiting
How’s life? Are you going stir crazy? A little down in the mouth? We’ve all been there, especially this past year. We don’t know when this will end, but we know our decisions either help or hurt. It’s easy for some to throw caution to the wind, especially with the beautiful Spring weather. I don’t … Continue reading The Verdant Hills
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Writing Tip: Less is More Less is more, so omit those needless words. Most of the time you can omit the words that, just, and sometimes, had.How many had survived the shooting? omit had I just thought I should say something. omit justShe said that she would rather die. omit that Continue reading here: https://kacirigney.com/writing-tips/