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Write for Your Life | Anna Quindlen
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“Writing is the gift of your presence forever” This is so true. When I miss my mom, I don‘t look at her photos. I read her journals. She hated her handwriting. I always envied it. Her perfect slanted right hand versus my sloppy constantly corrected left hand. I‘m grateful for those books of recipes, shopping lists, Christmas lists, prayers…memories. #reading #writing #memories #journals

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WJCintron
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December dump!
My favorite posts from last month around social media! Love those quotes!! 😃🙌
That‘s a painting I did, inspired on the song It‘s not up to you by bjork. #synesthesia
What were yours?!

#december #memories #art #quotes

Gissy Your art is amazing and you are looking spectacular my friend👌🤗❤️ 1mo
WJCintron @Gissy 🥹🙏 thank you my friend! Still battling!! I‘ve been stuck for like 3 months. I think it‘s harder as you are closer to the goals. But not quitting! 🙌💃💪🏼😃 I‘m so happy you like my art. It‘s my therapy! 🥰🙂 1mo
Gissy @WJCintron Don‘t quit. That is part of the process but count in your discipline routine, not always we feel motivated to continue but the discipline is what make us consistent.💪 1mo
WJCintron @Gissy Amen to that, my friend! 😃🙏 1mo
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RebelReader
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Our best friends have a boat. The guys drop us off and we anchor down and float and talk a mile a minute. The guys troll around the lake fishing until they‘ve had their fill. Then they pick us up and haul us into shore. This was a top ten day!
#WinterReadathonDailyChallenge
#memories

Tamra My kinda day! 😎 1mo
Andrew65 Sounds heavenly! 1mo
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Areader2
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Dec29 #WinterReadatonDailyChallange
My memories of 2022 all the weekends with my grandchildren
Girls weekend at the beach, and my 60 the birthday in Aruba my kids surprised me! To name a few #memories

Andrew65 Fabulous pictures and great memories. 1mo
DieAReader 💜💜💜 1mo
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lynneamch
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For me, just the word saffron evokes the scent of my Cornish gram's saffron buns. Pic is of the last time I made them, a much rarer occurrence for me than it was for her. "Friendship, food, and love" is an accurate description of this charming epistilary novel. #food #memories

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Watercress | Andrea Wang
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This book is a winner of the Caldecott Medal and this was won in 2022. This book is about story of a little girl who is ashamed growing up of her history and way of life with her family and throughout the book. She learns to appreciate it!

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Addie0822
Watercress | Andrea Wang
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Author: Andrea Wang
Illustrator: Jason Chin
Published: March 30, 2021
Genre: Children's lit, fiction
Awards: Asian/Pacific American Award
A story about the power of sharing memories—including the painful ones—and the way our heritage stays with and shapes us, even when we don't see it.

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Brandy522
Watercress | Andrea Wang
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Title: Watercress
Author: Andrea Wang
Illustrator: Jason Chin
Published: March 30, 2021
Genre: Children's literature, Fiction
Awards: Asian/Pacific American Award

Brandy522 Summary: This a story about a girl who is embarrassed of her family for not being able to get groceries at the store. She is embarrassed that they pull over on the side of the road to collect muddy watercress. She soon learns to appreciate her family history and dedication. 2mo
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Jordan1201
Watercress | Andrea Wang
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Watercress by Andrea Wang and illustrated by Jason Chin was published on March 30th, 2021, and is a children's fictional story. This book won the Boston Glove Horn Award and is about a little girl who is initially ashamed when her immigrant parents stop the car to hunt for watercress by the side of the road until she learns more about her family's history in China.

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Robotswithpersonality
My Favorite Memories | Sepideh Sarihi
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Three beauties and one meh. 'My Favorite Memories' is exquisite art and a poignant tale of migration; 'I Talk Like A River' reflects the author's experience with a stutter amidst beautiful paintings of nature; 'Once Upon an Hour' (Korean-Canadian author and illustrator!) is a gorgeous mix of layered cut out paintings and other collaged materials that tells what feels like a folk tale about compassion; 'Wild Symphony' : 🤷🏼‍♂️.