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Patti Digh with Life is a VerbPatti Digh has posted on her blog my contribution to her 37 Days Challenge which she has been running as part of the build up to the official launch of her new book Life is a Verb. I am so excited about this. The best part is that I will be receiving a signed copy of her book for my efforts. This is a very generous and special gift.

I am continually in awe of the possibilities the internet offers us to communicate, share and learn. We have the ability to connect with people across the globe from totally different backgrounds and yet a commonality emerges. I have formed friendships with like-minded people that I probably will never meet in person. These online friends have become an important part of my life. I would be lost without them. I cherish their willingness to be authentic and to take the time to connect with me and all the other people whose lives they touch.

Blogging has taken me places I never imagined possible and it is all about doing what I love. I only wish I could do more of it.

I first discovered Patti’s blog and her work after she linked to a post I had written about desire lines. Over the years I have read her blog and been interested in her work. The publication of her book is a wonderful achievement and a real inspiration to me. I particularly love how she has engaged her readers in many aspects of the production of this book. I hope one day to be able to do the same thing and realise one of my dreams – to publish a book.

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One Response to “The world headquarters of the verb”

  1. on 25 Oct 2008 at 1:34 pm mss @ Zanthan Gardens

    Sorry. I just couldn’t get past that title. Life is not a verb. It’s a noun; live is the verb. Strange, too, because so many English noun/verb pairs are indistinguishable. The title works great with the common saying about love.

    Or–go to the plural. Lives, a noun. Lives, a verb.

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