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    I really like Chuck Norris. I enjoyed Texas Ranger when it was on. I like the memes I will add to them!
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    I flipped past a movie last night where Chuck Norris came to the rescue. So that inspired me to post a couple of funny memes, brought to you by Chuck Norris:
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    I was only trying to help other people.
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    Welcome! So glad you've joined us!
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    You're welcome, Eli! Any time!
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    Wow I am so overwhelmed by the responses! You have certainly made me welcome. I wank to thank lynnmosher for you words of advice. Thank you so much for taking the time out of your day to view the blog. Thank you I will definitely keep adding to my blog and perfecting the look. Hi Alley, Sarah Daffy, jonjovi, suspensewriter, Claire Tucker! Nice to meet you all. I'm certainly going to try to be as active on here as possible. Please feel free to reach out and I will make sure I respond ASAP and contribute to the community any way I can. 🙂
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    Hey, Eli! Welcome to out little writing group!
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    Welcome, Eli! To the family of God and to the forum! Its great to have you here
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    Hi Eli, welcome to Christianwriters! It is great to meet you, and have you here!
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    Oops! I forgot something, Eli. Welcome to the family of God! May the Lord bless your new life in Him!
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    Welcome to our writing family, Eli. Glad you joined us. You'll find plenty of help, support, and encouragement around here, so roam around and make yourself at home. Blessings on your writing! You have a nice start to your blog. Congrats! I have a few suggestions for you. In your sidebar, you have two archives. I’d remove one. You might want to put social icons in your sidebar so others can connect with you. Also, you can put a subscription signup there. I would add an about me page. There are several other things you need to know but we can get into that later.
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    Welcome, Eli. It's nice to meet you!
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    Good afternoon everyone! My name is Eli. I was born again in December 2018 and I am trying my best to walk by faith. I am beginning to realise the power of the Word as daily source, and just trying to do my best to honour God and be used by him with anything I have. I started a blog over at: https://mystepsdirected.blogspot.com I would be so grateful if you could take a look! I'm just trying to do my best to share my honest journey with Christ, that if I can share the hi's and the lows someone will benefit. I have no idea where this journey will go, or if I end up writing a full on book one day, but I would love to have you guys along for the journey. Feel free to reach out and I hope that I can also contribute to this community. Blessings upon you all 🙂
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    From Writer's Relief... March 20 is the birthday of beloved children’s television show host Mr. Rogers. Countless fans learned valuable lessons from Fred Rogers throughout the years. And while his show was geared toward children, at Writer’s Relief we feel that adults can learn from his teachings too—including writers! Here are a few writing lessons inspired by the words of Fred Rogers. Enjoy, neighbor! Writing Lessons Inspired By The Words Of Mr. Rogers Show Support And Kindness “There are three ways to ultimate success: The first way is to be kind. The second way is to be kind. The third way is to be kind.”—Fred Rogers The publishing world can be brutal. Writers face rejection day in and day out, so it’s important that we all make an effort to treat others with kindness—even when giving a critique. Support your fellow writers by offering constructive feedback and encouragement! A kind word can erase the demotivating effect of a hundred rejections. And on a day when you’ve stepped ankle deep in a puddle, spilled coffee all over your favorite shirt, and received an umpteenth rejection from a literary agent or editor—don’t vent your frustrations by replying with an angry email. Take a breath, put on a dry pair of socks, and remember how important it is not to burn your bridges. You never know who knows whom in the publishing industry. Learn To Grow From Writer’s Block “There is no normal life that is free of pain. It’s the very wrestling with our problems that can be the impetus for our growth.”— Fred Rogers Every writer knows that feeling of dread associated with sitting down to write, only to be confronted with a blank page and no idea where to start. But the fact of the matter is, writers can’t expect to grow if they only write when it’s easy. When writer’s block strikes (and sooner or later, it strikes every writer), use it as an opportunity to try something new. Use writing prompts, try writing in a different genre, or move to a different location. Shake up your muse and you’ll be writing again in no time! Make Writer Friends And Other Connections “Solitude is different from loneliness, and it doesn’t have to be a lonely kind of thing.”—Fred Rogers The writing life may seem like a lonely one—often it requires that you sit alone in a room, ruminating over your work for hours or days on end. However, just because you write in solitude doesn’t mean you shouldn’t also connect with other writers, family, and friends. Meet other writers by joining a writing group in your area or online. And be sure to take a break now and then to grab dinner with your friends or watch a movie with your kids. Believe In Yourself! “If you could only sense how important you are to the lives of those you meet; how important you can be to the people you may never even dream of. There is something of yourself that you leave at every meeting with another person.”—Fred Rogers Remember, you have a story in you that no one else can tell. When you’re feeling low about your success as a writer, keep in mind that a reader somewhere will be grateful that you’ve shared your story, essay, poem, or book. You have everything you need to succeed—all you have to do is believe in yourself! 5 Writing Lessons from Mr. Rogers Video
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    Just to feed a dragon!
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    Yeah, love those Chuck Norris memes: This is the one I saw in the movie the other night:
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    That is about right. Send in the amount from line one,😃 They want it all.
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    Hey, Eli! Welcome to ChristianWriters! It's great having you here.
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