Posted by: Kathy Temean | January 1, 2010

Thought For The First Day of 2010

From Eileen & Jerry Spinelli’s TODAY I WILL…

Let’s make 2010 a year to remember!  Kathy


  1. Happy New Year to you too!


  2. I just left you a comment on your blog. I am impressed with your poetry. I hope you find success.



  3. My dear lady. I just visited your homesite. How on earth do you have time to do so much!!!! Makes me feel like such a pokey single focused procrastinator. Thanks for you comment on my site. I’m going to check it out!


  4. It seems like I am always working. My website needs a re-do, but I am always busy working on everyone elses. Then it take tons of time running a chapter with 800 members. I certainly didn’t need to start a blog, but so much information comes across my desk, that I felt I should share it with my fellow writers and illustrators. My resolution is to find some time this year to submit my writing and illustrating.

    I hope you do check out David’s site and submit a poem. He gets a lot of visitors and I loved you to show off your talents.



  5. I wish you ample to to submit and maybe a bit extra for new writing and illustrating. However, I am very, very happy you are doing the blog. It has been fun, interesting and helpful. I’ve already visited David’s site and submitted a poem. In an absolutely delicious irony, I found out he lives near and is friends with an aunt of mine who retired from a university in Springfield. Wonderful small world! Thank you so much for your encouragement and faith in my writing.


  6. It is a small world. I am glad to see you posting things on David’s Blog. You never know where it could lead. Great networking opportunity and a great way to build your writing reputation. Can’t wait to vote for your poem.


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