Encouraging others

In my last post, I shared a poem written by my middle DD. I also shared how my mom encouraged me in my writing endeavors from a young age.

I believe that the Lord used my mom to help me get to where I am today. And He is STILL using her!

I want to be that type of encourager with all the young writers in my life, not just my own.

Every year, I take my oldest DD with me when I go to the Write2ignite conference. She attends the Teen Track while I’m busy working and enjoying the Adult workshops.  And every year, I tell other folks about it.

This year, the fabulous Vonda Skelton will be leading the TEEN TRACK along with graphic artist/cartoonist and writer, Chris Schweizer.

If you are interested in encouraging your young writer to grow in their skills, consider the TEEN TRACK at the Write2Ignite conference, March 16-17th. You can register HERE.

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8 thoughts on “Encouraging others

  1. Oh pooh, here was another senior moment. Since my eyesight is rough on me my mind just jumps in there and “reads” fir me. I go back and enlarge the announcement to see it reads North GREENVILLE not North CAROLINA as my liimited mental resources had jumped ahead to mislead me.
    I think there may be a parable in there.
    I leave it to you young ones to tell. I will do as I have been told: retire and pray..
    ❤ 😀

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    1. Hi Margaret! I wish you would come! My daughter attends the teen track and I am helping out with the adult part of the writing conference. Good stuff! If you decide to come, let me know. I’ll be looking for you!

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  2. My mother was always telling me to be quiet, or telling me to quit using my logic-schmogic on her. LOL. And I’m pretty much turning into my mother.
    Just do as I say … Because I say so …

    Very cool that you bring your daughter for the Teen Track.

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    1. Logic-shmogic? LOVE IT! My kids have their own “logic” that I’m pretty sure they invented just to make my mind go into 5th gear and spin it’s wheels! 🙂

      She loves the teen track. Matter of fact, she has been bugging since we left the last conference. NOT kidding. On the way home I heard, “So… when is next year’s conference?” 🙂

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