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Bringing The Pain | EduClaytion

Bringing The Pain

Exciting times my friends. Not only am I on the verge of a mega announcement, but today I have the honor of appearing over at the site of Kristen Lamb, leader of the WANA pack and Jedi for life. Well, I’m not actually appearing on the internet but something I wrote is.

When Kristen graciously asked me to write something for her place I told myself that whatever I came up with had to be good. Really good. Then I froze up because you should never really put the wrong kind of pressure on yourself. Like Tony Dungy always says, we just need to do what we do. So that’s just what I did.

An idea popped into my brain, a connection between a book I once wrote and a hand I once broke. I’ve never written this story until now, so I hope you’ll hop over to check out The Pain of Resetting. I would love to see your comments over on Kristen’s site.

And for those of you possibly connecting the dots from my last post about Men That Cry and today’s story at Kristen’s, the answer is no. I didn’t cry :-)

4 Responses to “Bringing The Pain”

  1. Renée A. Schuls-Jacobson July 29, 2011 at 12:07 pm #

    I commented over there, but I just thought you should know that I froze up about posting at Leanne’s. I cannot imagine posting for the Goddess. *insert head into plastic window fan, indeed!*

  2. amblerangel July 29, 2011 at 6:00 pm #

    Enjoyed reading about your pain- and tribulations. Although it sounds all good. Congrats on the agent and the FP!

  3. susielindau September 11, 2011 at 1:46 pm #

    Sounds painful! Yow! Years ago I twisted my knee in Jackson Hole after a face plant incident, but weaseled out of the drive back to Wisconsin. At least your hand was elevated. Sorry, couldn’t help myself…. : )

    Is this your “Good News” book or a new non-fiction Educlaytion story you are working on?? I suppose you would have to kill me after telling me…..


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