A to Z Theme 2016

For my 2016 A to Z theme I used a meme that I ran across on the blog of Bridget Straub who first saw it on the blog of Paula Acton. This meme is a natural for me to use on my memoir blog. It's an A to Z concept and it's about me. No research and nothing complicated. I'm given twenty six questions or topics to discuss that are about me.

In April I kept my posts short and uncomplicated. In the midst of it all you might learn a few things about me that you didn't previously know.

Saturday, January 5, 2013

Taking a Break--Not Feeling Well

Due to illness I'll be taking off this week.

However my current situation is a reminder of how illness--our own and that of others--can play a role in memoir writing.   I'll be posting on this topic in the future.  Perhaps some of you might think of your own stories.

Take care for now.
Arlee

9 comments:

  1. Hope you are OK soon . . . . . . take care

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  2. Rest and get well. Seems like a lot of us get ill this time of year.

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  3. Hi Lee - look after yourself properly!!!! Lots of care and self-compassion is definitely due ...

    Happy drinking lots of water and see you when you feel better - Hilary

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  4. Hope you're feeling better soon. Take care of yourself first -- we'll wait.

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  5. Thanks for cheering me on. I'm feeling much better now and should be back in full swing in the next few days.

    Lee

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  6. Sorry you're ill, Lee. Hope it passes quickly.

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  7. Sorry you're not well Lee. I hope you're soon over it. I dropped by to tell you I've nominated you for Blog of the Year 2012 Award. Don't feel obligated to pass it on but I wanted to recognise how much you contribute to the blogging world. Thanks :-)

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