New Look, New Host, New Everything, And Coffee

The following is a Weekend Coffee Share Blog Post – you can share some coffee with us here! Finally, I found a host for my website that I can live with. After my Wix fiasco earlier this year, I am happy to have found a WordPress hosting site for me. While I am still working …

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Coffee, Cookies And WordPress

Welcome to Weekend Coffee Share, the wonderful little blog hop where we all get together and share whatever we want to talk about over a cup of coffee. If you were here today, I would offer you some more thumbprint cookies. Store bought, sorry. It has been a somewhat crazy week. You might be wondering …

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Enveloped – A Haiku

refuge from the cruel worldly pain can not reach me safe in your arms at last Copyright Claudia H. Blanton 2015 This post was inspired by today’s daily prompt post “Enveloped”. The above image “Art of Affection” is by ChiaDesign¬†and is available as an art print here. Please support independent artists! Thank you!

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Coffee – A Haiku sweet, warm deliciousness true perfection in a cup morning’s liquid gold Copyright Claudia H. Blanton 2014 Today’s daily prompt asked us, about what we are picky about, snobbish even, if you will, and for me that is my coffee. I like high quality, strong coffee, not bitter, added just enough sugar …

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Gratitude Summer Edition

Where ever you go, go with all your heart – Confucius Gratitude is one way to be present wherever you are, and while I try to live in Gratitude, I do fall short of that goal to be present within it more often than I would like. So every once in a while I post …

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Words of Power – A Haiku

Words Of Power embracing kindness whispered words of virtue help to heal hidden scars Claudia H. Blanton 2014 This post is a part of the Daily Prompt – Weekly Writing Challenge Here are some fellow participants contributions for this week:  

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