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February 10, 2012

Image The entire month gives us so many opportunites to write devotionals, short stories, picture books, etc.  Think of all the love there is around you. There is family and friends, animals, nature, locations. You name it, it’s there.

See how many different writings you can do this month and come share.

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  1. February 20, 2012 12:07 AM


    Love is the theme the company I work for is using to inspire people to help secure the future for people they love.

    We just had a baby grand daughter Natalie Nicole Bradshaw. She was born 7 lbs 1 ounce, 20.5 inches on Feb 10, 2012. Now that both of our sons are fathers their lives have been changed forever. It warms our heart to see the love in their eyes for each of their children.

    God blesses the world with children for many reasons. “Love” is the primary reason.

    We do not fully learn about selflessness until we learn what “New Life” is all about.
    New purpose, new hope, caring, sharing, and heartfelt moments spent with precious children can inspire new words from anyone who cares to write them down.

    Southern writers have “Heart” because we know our purpose comes from “He who
    gave us new life.” We are children of God. We are family and friends. We write about many things like: animals, nature, places, and people because of the loving purpose that lies deep in our hearts!

    Be blessed y’all and write something down. It will bless someone for sure!

  2. February 20, 2012 5:50 AM

    Oh Alan, what a blessing, a new baby. Congratulations. Thank you for this post. A new baby does bring new life to a family. In July and August of last year, both of my grandsons presented us with two more great-grandchildren. Just to look at a new baby fills you with love, a special kind of love that God must feel when he looks at us.

    Again congratulations.

  3. February 20, 2012 8:17 PM

    Thank you Susan. Somehow I missed the fact that you have more great-grandchildren, I am feeling younger already. Charlotte and I thought you were younger than us. At 18, we thought you couldn’t be a day over 16 yet.

    • February 21, 2012 4:17 AM

      Wow, 16, man if only! I’d settle for 29 if I knew what I know now, isn’t that the way it goes.
      You and Charlotte are indeed younger than me, why you’re just ‘pups’.
      I like the saying you are only as old as you feel, so I figure 29.

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