Friday, January 28, 2011

Nuggets

I am at the library. I sit on a tall retro stool at a tall stainless-steel table. My notebooks are open, laptop fired up and ready to serve...

Read about my experience at the library, over on the Rose & Thorn Journal blog.

Next, the warm and wise Ana Gonçalves shares how each moment is an opportunity at Pursuing Life, the new blog I recently started with my dear friend and best cohort. Please go read Ana's insightful words, and say hello.

Also, to leave you with a resounding quote:

The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.
Eleanor Roosevelt

Have a wonderful weekend!

12 comments:

Andrea said...

Blessings and prayers,
andrea

Jill Kemerer said...

You're busy, busy today! Have a great weekend!

Jeanette Levellie said...

Oh, you started a new blog! To fill up your hours of spare time, right?

I so admire you. I'm on my way to Pursuing Life...

Kara said...

You are a busy lady! I can't wait to check on all those sites:) Have a wonderful weekend.

Terri Tiffany said...

Wish our libraries were closer! I was just at mine:)

Sharon Lovejoy said...

WONDERFUL Janna. Oh those Eleanor quotes always get my mind firing like crazy.

sending warm love across the miles,

Sharon Lovejoy Writes from Sunflower House and a Little Green Island

Karen said...

Janna, I like your new blogs!! Wow great.

Andrea said...

Thank you for stopping by Arise 2 Write. I also have Julia Cameron's book, "The Right to Write."

Blessings,
andrea

Susan J. Reinhardt said...

Congrats on the new blog!

Blessings,
Susan :)

Ann Best said...

Those are true words by Eleanor Roosevelt!

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I'm now going to follow your links.
Ann Best, Author

Deb Shucka said...

Great post at R&T - you've made me want to pack up my stuff and head for my local library to work.

That Eleanor was such a wise woman.

Melanie Hooyenga said...

I can't believe it's been two years!

I'm grateful for a writer I respect immensely gently pointing out that my novel about a young Mexican man sounded like it was told from a midwestern white woman in her 30s. Go figure.

I switched to women's fiction after that, and now I feel YA is my thing.