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#slice2013: 25 of 31

WRITE your slice. SHARE your link. GIVE some comments to at least three other slicers.
WRITE your slice. SHARE your link. GIVE some comments to at least three other slicers.

WRITE. Each day in March write a slice on your own blog.

SHARE. Link your post here (using the SAME username each day) before the comments close. (Comments typically close around 5 am.)

GIVE. Comment on at least three other slices.

Any questions, please contact:

  • Linda Baie – lindab414[at]gmail[dot]com (If you last name begins with A – G.)
  • LeAnn Carpenter – leannecarpenter[at]sbcglobal[dot]net (If your last name begins with H – M.)
  • Bonnie Kaplan – blkdrama[at]mac[dot]com (If your last name begins with N – S.)
  • Carol Wilcox  — carwilc[at]aol[dot]com (If your last name begins with T – Z.)


Useful Links:

2013 Support Team

Prize Information (Wow!)

31 Slices (Ideas for topics)


Ruth Ayres View All

Unhurried. Finding the magic in the middle of living. Capturing a life of ridiculous grace + raw stories.

166 thoughts on “#slice2013: 25 of 31 Leave a comment

    • Alan, I tried to leave a comment on your blog – it wouldn’t accept the wordpress URL as i.d.
      Here’s my response to your slice (sorry I know we are not supposed to post them here with the links)
      This is so sad… I have recently found the Two Teachers Blog and the Slice of Life, I am participating for the final week and on Tuesdays. I like reading other people’s slices. I am also a teacher (no mention on my writing blog) and I remember times when I have done this too as the return journey was too long or too late. I take a ton of paperwork back with me as we don’t tend to have grounds around our travel lodges or swans. I know what you mean about the sense of emptiness. I don’t know the song lyrics but they ring so true.

      Good luck -must be tough being on your own for part of the week.


    • Deb I can’t get my WordPress Account to vertify and enable my comment to be posted on your blog. Here is what I wanted to say;
      An amazing slice. I might adopt the relish. It helps you see the positive with gratitude.


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