PYM 3/14 Summary Part Five

I wrap up the PYM 3/14 Summaries with the first 5 posts, back to front. Here we make connections with a life spent at sea, finding our spiritual home in nature, wondering about about living in the moment and setting goals, plucking music to defeat the darkness, and the beginning of a wonderful new adventure. I hope you enjoyed this new feature at the GDG, thank you for the positive feedback. Looking forward to next week with 23 posts awaiting review. Tomorrow – a new Crazy Writing Thoughts. See you around and keep brewing.

Dharkanien at meriabhivysktiyaan.wordpress.com shared the first exciting step on a path to creating a You Tube channel and her excitement to pursue urban photography. The fear and hope that accompany the first steps of a new creative adventure surely speaks to all of us, so please take the time to visit her site, follow her and cheer her on!

https://meriabhivysktiyaan.wordpress.com/2018/04/28/sunshine-after-rainyday/

paeansunplugged at paeansunpluggedblog.wordpress.com shared a poem I can connect to, that feeling of loneliness that comes at sea, that is amplified when a loved one is lost, and in his case the memory of a challenging final moment. Please visit him to understand his experience and support him.

https://paeansunpluggedblog.wordpress.com/2018/05/14/yearning/

A Girl Who Writes of storyofaayablog.wordpress.com writes about the challenge we can face struggling between setting goals and living in the moment. Yet, in the end she says it best: “Live by what you feel is right, my dear friends. Live the moment, work for what you love, and learn. As much as you can. And love, forever.”

https://storyofaayablog.wordpress.com/2018/05/11/like-a-jigsaw-puzzle/

The Mad Puppeteer at themadpuppeteer.com shared a powerful ode to one man’s connection with Nature. A poem that speaks specifically to me, for it is in Nature where I seek and find my soul.

Freedom is an Open Road

Finally, wrapping up PYM 3/14 at the front, is Nascent Ederren at ederren.wordpress.com shares the power of a lingering note, a single pluck of a guitar string to help us overcome the darkness. A wonderful start and a wonderful finish to PYM 3/14.

https://ederren.wordpress.com/2018/05/02/the-quiet-man/

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