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A Time to Relax

March 11th, 2010 by judytalks

It’s been almost a month since my last blog. Chunks of time were blocked out for announcing and marketing A Child’s Grief. Nice reviews, gratefully appreciated, contacts with book people, and up and coming events in AZ are on the calendar.
We spent a few days recently visiting family in Austin, TX and feel relaxed and refreshed. Days sight-seeing, evenings cooking together and watching movies or playing cards makes for a satisfying break from the work schedule. We saw the TX state capitol and also spent an afternoon at a large park where we had a picnic and tossed a ring around (like a frisbee). Good exercise.
Current endeavors for talking about the needs of grieving children include writing a workshop and making up a contact list. I’d love to work with both children and adults so they can learn together how to give and receive comfort for true healing. There’s a license plate you can purchase in AZ that says, “It shouldn’t hurt to be a child.” I couldn’t agree more.
Early spring is just around the corner here, warm sunshine and blue skies, after a lot of rain. The desert will start to bloom and my orange tree will blossom with the most wonderful aroma.
Please visit my website, for more information on myself or my books, and have a great day!

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