Losing the Story

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This is a blog after my own heart. I have to admit that I get on my soap box a bit when it comes to the use of that F bomb in writing. Why is it so accepted in todays world? Is it necessary to get your point across? Just something to ponder? Have a blessed day.

About shirleymclain930

I'm a retired RN enjoying my retirement to the fullest. I liked adventure and travel and making friends. I have 6 dogs and 1 cat. They are like having a house full of three years olds. Now for the rest of the story. My Granddaughter and her husband now live with us and they have 4 dogs and 4 cats along with a giant Flemish Rabbit. My Granddaughter has now added beautiful, Olivia to our household. My fourth Great Grandchild. They are a large part of my life and I can't imagine them not being around. I spend most of my time sitting in front of my computer working on my latest book or talking about Essential Oils. On the personal side, I'm married to a wonderful man who spoils me and I love it. I am very much a country girl. I love living on our 5 acres on Pole Cat Creek watching the deer and other animals occasionally stick their​ heads out of the trees. It's a fun life.
  • I’m with you on this. I know that there are cases where a writer is writing about a person who has little in his vocabulary except vulgarities, but fortunately I haven’t met many of them. I had a cousin who had a hard time talking without swearing. I guess I’d have to put a few “cuss” words in if I wrote about him, but I have not done that so far.