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Comments on: "Happy 3rd Birthday, Ink Flare" (22)

  1. Linda Kirsch said:

    Time goes fast when you’re having fun! Happy birthday Ink Flare!

    Sent from my iPhone



  2. Congrats, Shari. And I think is your first time to post twice in one day!


  3. Where’s the party? – I’m up for a cupcake at the very least. Haaaaaaaaapy Burrrrrrthdaaaaa!

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  4. Three years. Wow. Happy birthday. Keep it going.


    • Well, three years – sort of. I had an unbelievable 2015 where breathing was hard. I didn’t blog that year and didn’t always read or write much on other blogs.
      But I am back and trying to keep this one alive. Thank you for the good wishes, Andrew.


  5. Happy Birthday to my favorite words of flare. You’ve been writing a lot, which I’m thrilled to see. Must feel good to have another year of creativiry here.


    • Audrey, do you know how happy I was to see your comment pop up? I’ve missed you and hope your life is happy, that things are working out. Will you be teaching this coming September? Do you plan to get back to your blog? Other writing?

      Thank you for the compliment. There have been plenty of slumps, but 2016 has proven more productive than the year before.

      I wish you well, you know, and much peace.


      • My life is calm and the daily routine is settling back in, which I love. I’m actually not teaching in the same way I was before. I have been give a job at the Methodist church I was raised in. I’m their Small Group Coordinator and within that title I’ve been given the opportunity to direct a children’s Wednesday program after school and lead a new Women’s Group called Sis. Sisters in Scripture. I hope I serve the church well. I’m back to my blog and set on reaching my goals again. I’m hopeful I can give them all the space they deserve.
        I’m thankful you are writing so strongly this year. I’ve very much enjoyed your posts. So very much.


      • That’s great news. It’s wonderful to be able to do meaningful work that contributes to your spirit as well as your income. It makes you feel worthy. I’m really pleased for you.
        Thank you for the comment about my writing – I am humbled.


  6. Happy birthday to you happy birthday to you happy birthday dear ink flare we love what you share.
    Well done Sharon. Love that you returned to write again and the juices are flowing and there is so much creativity pouring from you and hidden in your works in progress which we are looking forward to. Lifting my glass – here’s birthday wishes and wishes for a great year ahead.


  7. Hurray for Ink Flare–and you! You’ve put together a fine blog, full of helpful tips and lyrical poems. I feel lucky to have stumbled over it. Looking forward to year number four.

    And don’t sweat the priorities. It’s a marathon, not a sprint, as we’ve all heard before. You’re the one who has to make your life work. I’m still figuring out how to work writing into this. ๐Ÿ™‚


    • Thank you for the birthday wishes, Cathleen. You are so right about trying to fit writing into all of this. Time spent on my blog, as much as I love it and love the discourse with readers, takes time away from my writing. Though I’m a pretty decent multi-tasker, I haven’t yet learned to write two different articles on two computers at the same time.
      Yep, long distance walker, that’s who I gotta be. ๐Ÿ˜€


  8. lindarkirsch said:

    Happy birthday Ink Flare!


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