Survivors Blog Here Celebrates Fourth Anniversary

Happy Fourth Anniversary to Survivor Blog Here and to Melinda. I’m proud to be part of the team!

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Survivors Blog Here is celebrating our fourth anniversary with an Open House. Stop in, say hello, browse and read a few post while enjoying refreshments.

Survivors Blog Here continues to evolve, shaped by life experiences and your feedback. Thank you for taking the journey with us, we learn from you everyday. If you’re unfamiliar with our site, we’re a collaboration of writers with different backgrounds and challenges. Supporting men and women as they work thru trauma, taking steps forward, to move beyond the pain. http://survivorsbloghere.wordpress.com  Drop by, learn more by reading our “About Us” page.

I’m humbled to work with Contributors who share the good, bad and ugly with a deep desire to pay it forward. I believe they shine light on the human spirit. We’re ready for the journey ahead and invite you to join us.

Robert M. Goldstien    http://.robertmgoldstein.com

(Casey) Hypervigilant   http://hypervigilant.org

Surviving the Specter …

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#BookLaunch – Tales from the Irish Garden by Sally Cronin…..

#BookLaunch by Sally Cronin

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At last the day has arrived and Tales from the Irish Garden is now available.

The book has been three years in the writing, mainly because what began as short stories in line with the first collection, turned into a full-length book. As we moved back from Spain to Ireland, house hunted, and then embarked on a renovation project, there were breaks from  the process. However, the upside was that I had the time to adapt and create new characters and adventures with more freedom. It also gave me time to meet Donata Zawadzka, courtesy of Paul Andruss, and after seeing her wonderful illustrations, I commissioned a number for the book to showcase some of the lead characters. More about Donata shortly.

Many of those that lived in the palace in Spain in the garden of our house, followed me across land and sea to settle in a magic…

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. . . .just to be alive is a grand thing.

from The purple Rays Blog

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“I like living. I have sometimes been wildly, despairingly,
acutely miserable, racked with sorrow; but through it all
I still know quite certainly that just to be alive is a grand thing.”

― Agatha Christi

Text & image source: Pebbles of Joy https://www.facebook.com/PebblesOfJoy/

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