Weekly Photo Challenge: Today

Sunday, june 3rd, 2012. Today, a hot day no rainy cloud on sight. The dust from the Sahara desert reached us and covers our Caribbean sky with a transparent shroud. The sun shinning bright welcomes those of us who woke up late desiring to feed the body and wake it up with a cup of strong Puerto Rican coffee. Inspiration woke up, the feeling not only to write words, but also to capture moments not only for the challenge but for future inspiration.

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Finishing a chapter
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Sunday Mass at Parroquía Espíritu Santo
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Had a delicious home made pizza by my husband
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Walked a few meters in the Da Vida walk-a-thon with friends and my kids, is done yearly to raise money and awareness to fight cancer.
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A salad for dinner from my daughter’s harvest, buen provecho.
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Inpiration still linger near, whispering the next words for the new chapter of Ascensión Divina. So I bid you farewell for now and hope, as always, you are inspired.

Ten Minutes to Fulfilling Your Writing Dreams

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A question to motivate through the blog “Live to write – Write to live”, that will make you rethink when you say I have no time to write. For me I will stop giving excuses. Enjoy this reblog!

Live to Write - Write to Live

{Guest post from Beth Bader}

I left my dream of writing idle for years when I had the time to pursue it. The longer I waited to try, the easier it was to bury myself in the pursuit of making a living. Sometimes you have to completely lose yourself before you find out what parts of you matter most. That lowest point occurred, ironically, at what was also the happiest moment of my life — becoming a mom.

My little girl had acid reflux. For her it meant a lot of pain, especially when lying down to sleep. For me, it meant not sleeping for more than an hour at a time for months on end. After four months of sleep deprivation and daily hours of consoling an infant in pain wore on me, I slipped into post-partum depression and total exhaustion.

When -taking a shower still seemed like a…

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