Glorious Morning One

My first love was books.  Any and all of them.  The written word is arguably one of my love languages.  This love for reading developed into a love for writing, and it’s really all downhill from there.

“Brevity is the soul of wit,” my mother often reminds me.

The best writing advice I ever received was from a high school english teacher – “say what you mean in as few words as possible.”  I took those words to heart, and more often than not, my assigned papers were just a page shy of the minimum limit.  When it comes to my published words, as assignments or on this silly old blog, brevity is my aim.  I want my words to be significant, to have impact.  In this way, my whole life could be a game of less is more.

Let’s celebrate the glorious gift of mornings with lovely words.

But not too many words, because mornings can stand on their own.


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