National Blog Posting Month 2012: NOVEMBER

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NaBloPoMo November
2012 Prompts



October 29, 2012 6:00 am by Melissa Ford in

If you’re participating in NaBloPoMo in November — or even if you’re not! — here are some prompts to get you going. Writing prompts are posted at the beginning of the month so you can plan ahead, Monday to Friday (weekends are for free-writing!)

Thursday, November 1, 2012
Tell us your favourite quotation and why.

Friday, November 2, 2012
If you could live anywhere, where would it be?

Monday, November 5, 2012
What are your thoughts about tomorrow’s election in the United States?

Tuesday, November 6, 2012
If you were President of the United States, what would be your first act in office?

Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Talk about the last compliment you received.

Thursday, November 8, 2012
If you could have any job (and instantly have the training and qualifications to do it), which job would you want?

Friday, November 9, 2012
If you could change one thing about your life right now, what would it be?

Monday, November 12, 2012
Where is your favourite place to blog?

Tuesday, November 13, 2012
What is the bravest thing you’ve ever done?

Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Tell us about the best meal you ever cooked.

Thursday, November 15, 2012
Tell us about your favourite pet.

Friday, November 16, 2012
Would you buy your dream house if the price was right BUT you also were told it was inhabited by ghosts?

Monday, November 19, 2012
If you had to get locked in some place (book store, amusement park, etc) overnight alone, where would you choose to be locked in?

Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Talk about the opening of your favourite book.

Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Where is your favourite place to read?

Thursday, November 22, 2012
When was the last time that you cried?  Why?

Friday, November 23, 2012
What is the hardest word for you to say?

Monday, November 26, 2012
Do you speak more than one language?  How did you learn the additional languages?

Tuesday, November 27, 2012
If you could instantly know any language in the world, which one would it be?

Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Tell us about the worst trip you ever took.

Thursday, November 29, 2012
Tell us about three new blogs you found this year.

Friday, November 30, 2012
What has been the hardest part about blogging daily?

Melissa writes Stirrup Queens and Lost and Found. Her novel about blogging is Life from Scratch.




Archives 2012

Career I can do at home?

Help me come to my life passion or mission, here is what I have…sum it up to help me come up with a career I can do from home?

About Jackie Paulson

You love to help others solve problems you are Intuitive (Jackie uses her intuitive skills to help others solve their problems).

YOU SEE THINGS OTHERS CANNOT SEE. You are great at picking up on peoples moods and predicting the future. (Jackie can predict future events by reading and feeling others moods).

You know what others are THINKING before they speak a word. (Jackie is a true empath because she knows what other people are thinking before they say a word).

Your Purpose in life is to SHOW LOVE TO OTHERS (Jackie can show love to others even to those who have been emotionally, mentally, physically, verbally abused).

People turn to Jackie for Direction and Hope and New Ideas. (Jackie can lead others in the right direction and bring hope when there seems to be none left).

  1. Direction HOPE
  2. LOVE abused
  4. Predict Future Events
  5. Intuitively SOLVE PROBLEMS


300 words a day

(This post was first published May 9, 2009.)

Lots of people are wondering what God is calling them to do. And that is a good question. But on the way to the answer, we fill in many answers. So let me suggest some of the things that God did not call you to.

You are not called to be me.
You are not called to be your mother.
You are not called to be your pastor.
You are not called to be happy all the time.
You are not called to be rich.
You are not called to be as organized as the neighbor on the right.
You are not called to be as disorganized as the neighbor on the left.
You are not called to be as ___ as your uncle dave.
You are not called to be your sister.
You are not called to be the guy…

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Movie: Emma’s Wish

Emma’s Wish

Lonely Emma (Joanna Kerns) makes one wish on her 75th birthday: that she could go back in time and mend her broken relationship with her daughter (Harley Jane Kozak). To Emma’s surprise, she wakes the next day as a 40-year-old and gets her unsuspecting daughter to hire her as a nanny. Things don’t go as easily as Emma had planned; however, when she discovers that her daughter’s home life is less than perfect.

I loved this movie, as it was a tear jerker for me.  Have you seen it?  I have the feeling that when I am older I will want to wish as Emma did!


Joanna KernsDella ReeseHarley Jane KozakWilliam R. MosesSeymour CasselCourtland MeadJeanne Allen,Stephanie NiznikDennis Cockrum


Mike Robe


DramasSci-Fi & FantasyTearjerkersFantasy

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If you give this little film half a chance it’s gonna get you . However, you must be able to suspend any sense of logic .That’s not a criticism. It’s just like any fantasy . You must accept that lovely Joanna Kerns undergoes a certain sudden transformation that, as far as I know, is scientifically impossible. If you go with it then this film is a “must” for those who want something “lightweight” but “meaningful” at the same time. I can imagine those of us who’ve reached a certain age will be the ones most touched by the plot device. All the actors do a fine job, but as I’ve already alluded, the whole thing is ably carried on the slender shoulders of Ms. Kerns. A warning: Have the Kleenex nearby, just in case.

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Emma’s wish is a heartwarming story about the consequences of choices made without forgiveness. The paradox of passing those same traits on to her daughter and a bit of magical inspiration, gives Emma an opportunity to change the past, by forgiving.

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This was a pleasant evening and I wish more movies were made without trash talk and noisy backgrounds; loud party music, traffic on a street corner too loud to hear the dialog, and other sound effects meant to lend authenticity. Put it in if you have to, but tone it down. Many movies cover up important dialog and viewer is left to puzzle it all out. This was a good, somewhat predictable, family movie. It would hit home with older folks most likely. We all look back and see things that make us wonder what we could have done better in our families. Good performances overall even though the concept is magical, we do like to believe sometimes and set aside our analytical selves and just enjoy the story. We did exactly that.

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This movie was absolutely Wonderful! I haven’t enjoyed another movie as much as I did this one. Emma is so heartfelt, kind, caring and loving. Not to mention it is definitely a good tearjerker. I wish I had that ring! Betty Wyatt Price 10 THUMBS UP!!

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I enjoyed this movie. It’s a heartwarming story about a woman who gets a second chance to have a wonderful relationship with her daughter and a daughter with her mom. It’s about forgiveness and understanding. It’s a great movie to watch with your family.

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This is what I term a “Sweet Sappy”. I LOVE ’em! If you like sweet sappies, you can’t go wrong with this one!

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News Man Shot and Killed

Man Shot and Killed!  No joke, I was on my way home when I noticed a helicopter above me, only to get home and see that a man was shot and killed here is the article.


And Feb 2012- Interesting about sharaholic!!

Floating Lanterns

If you have ever seen the Disney movie Tangled then you’ll remember the floating lantern festival from the movie. The lantern festival is a real thing. There are a few all over the world with the original and largest being in Thailand. Here are a few tips for using them: It takes a few people to set off each one. One person needs to hold it while the other lights. You hold them while they warm up and they become warm enough to float.

There are lots of sources online for these, including right here. Would you ever use floating lanterns at your event?

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