Growing Older

If you want to read one of the best essays from a wise woman growing older go to Goddess in a Teapot. Carolyn writes a beautiful blog that I subscribe to. I find everything Carolyn writes touches a place deep in my spiritual heart/soul/mind.

Happy Birthday Dearest Carolyn!

Another news of the day – today is the 50th Anniversary of Strunk & White’s Element of Style. Where would we be without it? There are at least three copies in our house. The one closest to my desk is 1979 Edition. The cover is tattered and stained, the pages are yellowed and becoming brittle.

Recommendation for the day – reread this important writing guide. Then place it close to where you write most. If you don’t have a copy – get one.

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One thought on “Growing Older

  1. Strunk & White have been my writing gurus for decades. Alas, it doesn't seem to be used in college classes. Or, alas, college students don't pay attention.

    Thank you for directing me to the essay – it is wonderful! I'm off to subscribe right now.

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