Stories by Sherry


Children Stories:
Hopper Saves the Forest
The Wizard of Selena Island
Where Are Wini's Feelers

Young Adult:
Hybrid (The Egg Harvest)


Friday, September 26, 2014

Eat chocolate daily . . .



"Four Paws"

He/she is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog. You are their life and leader. Always faithful and true to the last beat of their heart. You owe it to them to be worthy of such love and devotion. ---Author Unknown
                                                              
Woodrow Wilson once said: "If a dog will not come to you after having looked you in the face, you should go home and examine your conscience.



                                                        Sophie, Smudge, and their Dad. 
                                                       It doesn't get any better than this.
                                                                     

I've had pets all my life. From a rooster named, Henry to a goose named Mr. Pibbs. (that's a children's story in the making by the way) I can't imagine my life without them. Have you ever thought about all the weird and cute names we give our pets? I wonder, if it was the other way around, what name our pets would give us? Does your pet's name signify anything special? If so, why did you choose that particular name?

I sincerely hope if you're the caretaker of a furry friend, hug them daily, and loved them with all your heart. If you have a furry-friend story or picture to share, funny, uplifting, or even sad, I'd love to hear from you. 

Here's an informative website you may like to check-out. Lots of good stuff: www.pawcurious.com

Have a great day. And don't forget to hug your furry friend, today.

Sherry




Friday, September 19, 2014

Eat chocolate daily . . .

Work in progress

Cosmologists tell us that our world began as some sort of big bang. There was a moment, they say, just the barest instant of time, when from that bang there arose enough energy to create everything in our universe. From this stupendous beginning, billions and billions of galaxies spread across the universe. The cosmos is a work in progress and so is your writing.

Rainbow Rowell's wrote:
Remember that you're not writing for everyone. You're writing for the reader who connects with your style and perspective. Lots of people won't like your book; that doesn't mean you shouldn't write it. So keep those fingers on the keyboard and spin a great tale.

Have a great day.
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