I’ve been assisting singer, songwriter, and dancer Carla Gover with teaching Kids on the Creek this week at the Cowan Mountain Music School. It is an awesome time and a great privilege for me to get to be a part of that and passing on our traditions. Our age range is from 5-11 years of age not including my girls. It’s for sure an adventure. Our theme for the week is “magic”.
So, needless to say, I am scrambling to find the time to write quality blog posts this week, but I did realize that my busy self forgot to draw the winner for my own Give Away on June 5th. Deladis drew out the lucky winner out of 6 entries to win 2 of John’s postcards with prints of his original artwork. That winner was Susie! 🙂 Thanks to everyone who entered.
I also want to mention that my next give away begins now, and the drawing will be held on July 20th. Two winners will receive a copy of Kudzu Magazine featuring my story that won the Gurney Norman Prize for Short Fiction. I have a few extra copies that I’d like to get out to folks who otherwise might not run across one, so if you are interested, please comment on this post or under the heading Give Aways at the top of my main page. The story is about a city cop who ends up having to stay home to take care of his newborn.
Over at the Nourished Kitchen the voting is being held for the winner of the Clean Your Plate recipe contest. My recipe for honey molasses cookies is in the running. All the recipes look great. I’m pretty excited about the honey sweetened strawberry preserves. Yum! Go take a look at that great blog and resource for good wholesome food ideas, and vote for your favorite recipe.
Another thing I’d like to ask of my readers, if you wouldn’t mind to give your answer to the poll I have placed in the left column on my main page, I’d love to hear what kinds of topics interest you and bring you to my blog. I appreciate all my readers so very much. It is amazingly gratifying for a writer, and though this blog is in part for me, it is mostly for you. Otherwise, I’d just keep a journal. 😉 I’d love to know your thoughts.