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An End and Beginnings; Not Exactly Vacation
We were supposed to be discussing what we are doing for the last week of Summer Vacation…huh? The Fox who made the topics for the last few months could not have known that school starts here at the beginning of … Continue reading
Posted in childhood, Life, Tonette Joyce Tagged acceptance, brothers and sisters, death, Facebook messaging, families, family, family reunions, fathers and sons, firefighters, firefighting, funerals, grown children, in-laws, large families, life choices, lifestyles, repentance, siblings, step-families, vacation, wildfire fighters, wildfires 6 Comments
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