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Writing That Must Be Written – Do or Die | Long and Luxe

St. Augustine writing, revising, and re-writin...

St. Augustine writing, revising, and re-writing: Sandro Botticelli’s St. Augustine in His Cell (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

If you are a writer, or would be writer, you must read this post. I share it with you because I identify with it strongly. I identify with it because it eloquently states my reason for writing. In my case, I began this personal journey blog as a form of self-expression and without any illusions that I would attract the masses. I wanted a platform to write and nothing more. I hasten to add that I appreciate and am blessed by each person who honors me by following this blog. However, as a born and raised New Orleanian would say, that’s lagniappe (For those of you unfamiliar with the term, it means ‘an extra bonus.’). The bottom line is that I love to write, and if you do too, this post is for you.

Writing That Must Be Written – Do or Die | Long and Luxe.

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2 thoughts on “Writing That Must Be Written – Do or Die | Long and Luxe

  1. Dear Lydia,

    What a beautiful blog you have created! I am so intrigued by the concept of “seeking querencia” ~ I had never heard of this before, however, I have absolutely been on the journey wholeheartedly over the past year.

    Life is such a gift! Thank you so much for sharing your inspiring words to add richness to the journey.

    Peace,

    Allison

    • Dear Allison,

      Thank you for your kind comments about my blog. It is in the final stages of a redesign and I am quite happy with it. I could tell by your posts that you have been on a similar journey and ‘querencia’ describes it more beautifully than I ever could. May your journey be filled with peace, love and laughter. i look forward to your posts. Blessings, lydia

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