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This and That

Posted by on Saturday, June 8, 2013, In : writing 

            Doug and I and Kurtis had a speedy, but wonderful trip to Placerville. We went to present a copy of When God Makes Lemonade to Tom, Kurtis’ pediatric physical therapist of thirty years ago. “The Little Biker That Could” is published in that collection of inspirational stories and tells how Tom taught Kurtis to ride a “two-wheeler.” We had a great reunion with Tom and enjoyed meeting his wife Tina.



            As a bonus, before heading back to Oregon, we had breakfast w...


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Infinitely Trees

Posted by Karen Hessen on Sunday, July 24, 2011, In : Infinitely Trees, 
I am nearly finished with the Apprentice Course offered through the Christian Writer's Guild. It has been, on some levels, challenging, but on all levels rewarding. I plan to continue on with the Journeyman course, but first I have to decide whether to concentrate on fiction or nonfiction. I am leaning towards fiction since that is what "real writers" write.

My manuscript for Infinitely Trees is coming along. It is emotionally challenging to relive some of the more painful parenting moments of...
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Showing Tag: "writing" (Show all posts)

This and That

Posted by on Saturday, June 8, 2013, In : writing 

            Doug and I and Kurtis had a speedy, but wonderful trip to Placerville. We went to present a copy of When God Makes Lemonade to Tom, Kurtis’ pediatric physical therapist of thirty years ago. “The Little Biker That Could” is published in that collection of inspirational stories and tells how Tom taught Kurtis to ride a “two-wheeler.” We had a great reunion with Tom and enjoyed meeting his wife Tina.



            As a bonus, before heading back to Oregon, we had breakfast w...


Continue reading ...
 

Infinitely Trees

Posted by Karen Hessen on Sunday, July 24, 2011, In : Infinitely Trees, 
I am nearly finished with the Apprentice Course offered through the Christian Writer's Guild. It has been, on some levels, challenging, but on all levels rewarding. I plan to continue on with the Journeyman course, but first I have to decide whether to concentrate on fiction or nonfiction. I am leaning towards fiction since that is what "real writers" write.

My manuscript for Infinitely Trees is coming along. It is emotionally challenging to relive some of the more painful parenting moments of...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Showing Tag: "writing" (Show all posts)

This and That

Posted by on Saturday, June 8, 2013, In : writing 

            Doug and I and Kurtis had a speedy, but wonderful trip to Placerville. We went to present a copy of When God Makes Lemonade to Tom, Kurtis’ pediatric physical therapist of thirty years ago. “The Little Biker That Could” is published in that collection of inspirational stories and tells how Tom taught Kurtis to ride a “two-wheeler.” We had a great reunion with Tom and enjoyed meeting his wife Tina.



            As a bonus, before heading back to Oregon, we had breakfast w...


Continue reading ...
 

Infinitely Trees

Posted by Karen Hessen on Sunday, July 24, 2011, In : Infinitely Trees, 
I am nearly finished with the Apprentice Course offered through the Christian Writer's Guild. It has been, on some levels, challenging, but on all levels rewarding. I plan to continue on with the Journeyman course, but first I have to decide whether to concentrate on fiction or nonfiction. I am leaning towards fiction since that is what "real writers" write.

My manuscript for Infinitely Trees is coming along. It is emotionally challenging to relive some of the more painful parenting moments of...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Showing Tag: "writing" (Show all posts)

This and That

Posted by on Saturday, June 8, 2013, In : writing 

            Doug and I and Kurtis had a speedy, but wonderful trip to Placerville. We went to present a copy of When God Makes Lemonade to Tom, Kurtis’ pediatric physical therapist of thirty years ago. “The Little Biker That Could” is published in that collection of inspirational stories and tells how Tom taught Kurtis to ride a “two-wheeler.” We had a great reunion with Tom and enjoyed meeting his wife Tina.



            As a bonus, before heading back to Oregon, we had breakfast w...


Continue reading ...
 

Infinitely Trees

Posted by Karen Hessen on Sunday, July 24, 2011, In : Infinitely Trees, 
I am nearly finished with the Apprentice Course offered through the Christian Writer's Guild. It has been, on some levels, challenging, but on all levels rewarding. I plan to continue on with the Journeyman course, but first I have to decide whether to concentrate on fiction or nonfiction. I am leaning towards fiction since that is what "real writers" write.

My manuscript for Infinitely Trees is coming along. It is emotionally challenging to relive some of the more painful parenting moments of...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Showing Tag: "writing" (Show all posts)

This and That

Posted by on Saturday, June 8, 2013, In : writing 

            Doug and I and Kurtis had a speedy, but wonderful trip to Placerville. We went to present a copy of When God Makes Lemonade to Tom, Kurtis’ pediatric physical therapist of thirty years ago. “The Little Biker That Could” is published in that collection of inspirational stories and tells how Tom taught Kurtis to ride a “two-wheeler.” We had a great reunion with Tom and enjoyed meeting his wife Tina.



            As a bonus, before heading back to Oregon, we had breakfast w...


Continue reading ...
 

Infinitely Trees

Posted by Karen Hessen on Sunday, July 24, 2011, In : Infinitely Trees, 
I am nearly finished with the Apprentice Course offered through the Christian Writer's Guild. It has been, on some levels, challenging, but on all levels rewarding. I plan to continue on with the Journeyman course, but first I have to decide whether to concentrate on fiction or nonfiction. I am leaning towards fiction since that is what "real writers" write.

My manuscript for Infinitely Trees is coming along. It is emotionally challenging to relive some of the more painful parenting moments of...
Continue reading ...
 
 
 
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