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Author Archives: Susan G. Weidener
The Motherhood Contract
So, what if I sound just like a million other proud moms? This is who I am. A mom who holds close to her heart that “contract in perpetuity” she made so long ago.
Takeaways From Nature and Writing
If people can take home at least one useful thing, a dab of inspiration, a writing prompt that gets the pen moving, or a conversation to remember then the day is a success, I think.
Writing to Save a Landscape from Ruin
Still, I hold out hope that a meadow of grass not far down the road from where I live offers respite at least this spring, if not next. But who knows when that place of solitude will surrender to the bulldozer?
Seeking Answers in the Holy Land
It’s not up to us to understand the mystery, only to embrace it.
In Search of New Stories
The time I went packing had arrived…time for a change of scenery in search of new stories.
Will AI ‘Authors’ Become the Norm?
Like so much in life, technology becomes our master, if we let it. Will AI authors become the ‘norm’?
A Woman Shares Her Own ‘Lessons in Chemistry’
On a bitterly cold morning, curl up with a good book and remember your own life and its “lessons” in chemistry.
Writing and Self-Perception
How do our perceptions offer insight into who we are and our place in the world? And what about perceptions others have of us?
Myths and Writing as a Vision Quest
If I write about it, the storyline emerges. Writing is a vision quest, after all, an unfolding of myths.