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What? Me, Worry?
This week we are supposed to talk about a time when we acted bravely when, in actuality, we were frightened. For me it will be easy. When have I acted bravely when I was really frightened? All the time. I … Continue reading
Posted in childhood, disability, Friendship, Life, Tonette Joyce, writing Tagged acting clam, actinig ability, bakeries, behaving confidently, confidence, fear, firefighting, moms, overcoming fear, Publishers, relatives, remaining calm, self-control, submitting articles, submitting writing, teaching teens to drive, war, writing confidence 12 Comments
Lite Light Tales
You asked the wrong family member to discuss strange/exciting/unusual things that have happened at traffic lights. I don’t have much in the way of stories at a light. Now, my brother had more than a few strange occurrences, (mostly involving … Continue reading
Posted in Life, Tonette Joyce Tagged ambulance, ambulance drivers, confidence, Liz Taylor, Mothers, Motorcycle officers, traffic lights 24 Comments