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Drip, Drip, Drip
by Pam Ford Davis 
09/25/12
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As a writer, Im a woman of many words; yet, Im always trying to pull new ones out of thin air. I want just the right word to convey the emotions of the main character, or to catch the attention of the reader. As a wife, I need to be a woman of few words.

Nagging gets me nowhere. In the words of the highly esteemed Barney Fife, Zip it! Do I want my better half to do me a favor, or carry out a promise hes made? Patience is a virtue; nagging is a character flaw.

Will my life-mate characterize me as a nagging spouse? A nagging wife is like water going drip-drip-drip (Proverbs 19:13b TEV). A contentious wife can silence the dripping of a leaky faucet and droning of nagging. I get the point!


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Jeanne E Webster  25 Sep 2012
Nag nag nag! Little 3 letter words. . . all too easily spit out like watermelon seeds. Leave a mess on the porch! Love this post, Pam. I can see you in a nag and I smile!




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