Autumn is my favorite season. It brings back memories of cool country evenings with fall festivals and cotton candy. It was a wonderful time when seasons weren't counted, just enjoyed. Time seemed infinite. There is a kind of reverence to fall as it shines light upon sacred time.
It's Haiku My Heart Friday! I cannot recall the last time I shared via Rebecca's weekly gathering of haiku enthusiasts. Haiku is so fun to create. If you would like to read more haiku or share your own, please follow this link. Thanks, Rebecca for kindling the poetic embers!
They are thoughts that we carry in our hearts hoping to one day share on paper with the world! We all have them. Some have dreams of writing that best seller. Another may pen a poem in solitude that shatters the silence when read by another. For this lady, I want to write books that share the wisdom of the one room school teacher! Please visit often to browse the pages of Unshelved Words.
I am the mother of a lovely daughter, mother-in-law to her super husband, and "Missy" to to two beautiful granddaughters! My country cottage in the heART of Dixie is shared with my cat named Sassy. Being a math tutor and academic writer, I revere education. My creative efforts include writing,crochet, and art.
Warm thanks to all who visit. The various words and ideas expressed on Unshelved Words are shared from various sources. Please respect this creator's copyright. If you'd like to quote, by all means do so...BUT, do give credit by a link or mention of this blog.
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The content which I share on this blog comes from various sources. Since I spend a great deal of time writing for a living, I always try to give credit to the original author/artist/photographer. However, sometimes it is not feasible to track down the creator. The sentiment or pic has made quite a journey before I see it. No copyright infringement is intended on any of the posts here.