Author Archives: georgiajanet

X is for X Rays

X is for X-ray     This post was originally published on the blog Readers Unbound, December 16, 2015. I want to mention an appreciation for the former Christina Kaylor’s editing on this piece.   Set in the early days of … Continue reading

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W is for Writing

W is for Writing As a writer… I’ve been a life-long writer, and I’m still at it. I have published material on infant education, preschool ministry, elementary education, and teacher education. My  first novel, Madam May, based on the life of my paternal … Continue reading

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V is for Vietnam Veterans

V is for Vietnam Veterans   For many of my generation, Vietnam was our first experience with war. We baby boomers had idyllic childhoods, free from the threat of losing our fathers and brothers in combat. We did have the vague … Continue reading

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U is for Understanding

U is for Understanding  I had a difficult time coming up with a topic for the letter U. Useful? Ukelele? Ubiquitous? Udder? Uterus? Urinary? Ugly? Ulcer? Ultimate? Uvula? Undulate? Umbilicus? Umbrella? Umpire? Unique? Unity? Such strange or silly-sounding words. For … Continue reading

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T is for Tomorrow

T is for Tomorrow  Tomorrow is an ambiguous concept. Holding both promise and loss. There are plenty of cheery, bright sayings about tomorrow:   Tomorrow, tomorrow, I love ya, tomorrow, you’re only a day away. Now that I’ve given you … Continue reading

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S is for Southern

      S is for Southern     There are just about as many opinions about the South as there are Southerners, and that’s a lot. What is the South? What does it mean to be Southern? Do you have … Continue reading

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R is for Reading

R is for Reading  To be a good writer, one must be a reader. There won’t be much writing for this post, because I am reading! These are a few favorites from my Pinterest Books and Reading Board. Check this … Continue reading

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Q is for Quality

Q is for Quality… … the standard of something as measured against other things of a similar kind; the degree of excellence of something. This may be a little too academic for some of you, and if it’s not your … Continue reading

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P is for People

Specifically, P is for People Like Us. You are probably thinking, us? Who is us? To whom am I referring? In the south, a common question is, “Who are your people?” It’s really a way of asking where are you … Continue reading

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O is for Olfactory

O is for Olfactory  Definition: of or relating to the sense of smell. Our sense of smell may not be our most important sense, but it is widely believed to be our strongest sense. A tiny whiff can flood our … Continue reading

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