Jill Warren

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in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, The United States
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August 2011


I Gotta Have a Blog Now?

Last week at this time, I had no idea what a blog was. I was getting interview requests, and this word 'blog' kept popping up! Thank God my very cool, very hip 19 year-old son was sitting next to me as I read one of my emails containing this new and confusing term. He very patiently explained it to me, which didn't help much. Where do I get a blog? Can I buy one? Is there a template somewhere that Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 11, 2011 15:33
Average rating: 4.32 · 22 ratings · 13 reviews · 6 distinct works
Abe's Lucky Day

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“Bizzy laughed at the very thought of bumblebees walking on their tiny feet from flower to flower! “We bumblebees have always been able to fly,” explained Bizzy. We fly because we have a job to do. We fly because we think we can. What about you, delicate dandelion?” Bizzy asked the flower, who had up until now had not spoken a single word. “What do you do? What is your purpose?”
Jill Warren

“Bizzy laughed at the very thought of bumblebees walking on their tiny feet from flower to flower! “We bumblebees have always been able to fly,” explained Bizzy. We fly because we have a job to do. We fly because we think we can. What about you, delicate dandelion?” Bizzy asked the flower, who had up until now had not spoken a single word. “What do you do? What is your purpose?”
Jill Warren

“The more I know of the world, the more I am convinced that I shall never see a man whom I can really love. I require so much!”
Jane Austen, Sense and Sensibility




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