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Tuesday Slice of Life Story Challenge

WRITE a slice of life story on your own blog. SHARE a link to your post in the comments section. GIVE comments to at least three other SOLSC bloggers.
WRITE a slice of life story on your own blog.
SHARE a link to your post in the comments section.
GIVE comments to at least three other SOLSC bloggers.

Welcome to the Slice of Life Story Challenge. Here are few quotes for inspiration. Enjoy!

When I write, my mind’s not filled with visual imagery.  It’s filled with language.  Words.  I seek words, I chase after them.  When I write I’m trying to put the most beautiful words in the world down on paper.  ~Cynthia Rylant

For me the pleasure of writing stories comes from inventing stories.  ~Roald Dahl

All that I hope to say in books, all that I ever hope to say, is that I love the world. ~E.B. White

WRITE your slice. SHARE your link. GIVE some comments to (at least three) other slicers.
If you’re leaving your comment early in the day, please consider returning this evening or tomorrow to read some of our evening posters’ slices.

BethMooreSchool View All

Literacy Coach, Consultant, Author, Graduate Course Instructor, and Mom. Passionate about fostering a love of reading and writing in learners of all ages.

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  1. Thought about jumping back in tonight… As you know, I overdid it during the March SOLSC. Couldn’t think of what to blog about so I went and did the #TeachWriting Chat. Great discussion, but now my arm feels worse again. I guess it’s going to be a few more weeks ’til I rejoin SOL on Tuesdays. Apparently I need to pace myself. {Sigh.}

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  2. With Mother’s Day coming at the end of the week, I wanted to write about my mother, an avid gardener. Her house sits on 17 acres within the city limits of Coatesville. Coatesville was a steel town, and her house had belonged to the president of Luken’s Steel when it was in its heyday. It had fallen on hard times before my parents bought it in the early 1970’s. They brought the house and the gardens back to their former glory. https://lindakerschnerblog.wordpress.com/2014/05/06/a-picture-is-worth-a-thousand-words-but-memories-are-more-precious/

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