So not only did you teach me about writing memoir, you also taught me about reading and thinking about how others write memoir. Thank you so much! Rebecca

Monday, July 1, 2013

Woman in the Mirror

In July 2011 one of my poems, Woman in the Mirror, was merged with lovely paintings to make a post that will always be special to me. 

I had lost the link to Avagabond's blog, but she was kind enough to find the post and send it to me. I never met her, but this woman is one of the most interesting people I have read about online.
She writes about her life, her travels, France and she shares great photography. I feel like I'm there with her. I think some of my present readers came into my life through this site and this post.

Click on this link to see her post using my poem. You might have to copy the link and paste it into the search line.


  1. You are right Glenda, the pictures reflecting your poem in A Vagabonds blog are perfect! I really enjoyed reading your poem as well, it is so true, unless we remember days gone by, our memories would be quite boring!

  2. Isn't it sad for those who lose their memories as they age from dementia or stroke? I am grateful for all the wonderful memories of people who are gone now and for memories of the good times in my life.

  3. Congratulations, Glenda, that was a good post and a good poem.


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