DRAFT THANK YOU Author M. Dorsett January 2021 VERSION 1 OLDER CHILDREN WITH RHYMES Would love to get your feedback. Do the stretching with your child. Get on this advanced copy list with Bootstrap Publications. 1 When you wake up to greet the day, start it off the best way. 2 Saying thank you will … Continue reading Thank You
She had risked going out to the nail shop and splurged to get her hair done. Today she was taking her engagement photos! Maig took a few extra minutes to do her makeup that morning. When she came out to the terrace of her ocean side condo her husband to be had laid out a … Continue reading Rainy Day Bride Woes
With grace she said It burns like a leaf once green now dead My pen to zen Like a solo bird chirping through the night Over and over inside the fight With grace she said. Ovals of a tree grown Now cut down To be made anew Never wished for but saw the clues With … Continue reading Work through
Miami, FL. Blogger loses pieces of her shoe while en route to a first date. Provides update and photos after post on Instagram sparks prayers from her friends.
YAY! This post comes at a time when I have not experienced something horrible. Just like my last blessings post, I'm simply feeling overwhelmed with gratitude and feel compelled to share! Today during my meditation I decided to end it by saying thank you to specific family members. My grandparents on my dad's side. Both … Continue reading Counting blessings 4
This was originally going to be titled “What the Actual Fuck — I Suck.” But I realized that is super negative, and even though it rhymes, it’s actually not true. The origins of this post throwback to over a year and a half ago when I hosted my first Product Hunt meetup at Venture Café Miami. It … Continue reading Why I decided to host an “all-women” event
DRAFT- The Start It was cool. He lit a cigarette, inhaled deeply, and rolled down the window. The breeze felt good as it blew through his curly brown hair. A glance down at his phone made him aware of the time. 6:38. It was getting close to dark. Before he could pull out of the … Continue reading Making Magic