The Official Writing Challenge
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What a lovely way of looking at gratitude. And what a lovely way to bring in the topic of rain. Sweet story.
Cute vignette. I felt like I was peeking in on their conversation[ good imagery and body language. Well done!
This sweet story was an excellent reminder to me not to worry about it if I don't get a thank your for a gift from a grandchild. I'm with Granny--The most important thing is for them to know that I love them unconditionally!
I didn't know where this was going, but loved Grandma's lesson. This is a sweet, well-written piece.
I know ladies like this. This was a great application on how God's grace falls on the good and the not so good all together. Thanks for the quality of this work. I could see it.
Aww. You've painted a beautiful picture for me, along with a life lesson that so many can learn from. I love these kinds of stories that a lesson can be learned.
Oh, what a wonderful read!
This is such a sweet story. I enjoyed both characters immensely; although both a bit different, I could picture Granny similiar to Tanya many, many years ago. Sometimes I think it'll take me a lifetime to be as wise as the grandmother in this story, but your words help teach me and I thought the analogy at the end was spot on.
Aw, I want to visit with Granny. I enjoyed the dialogue and setting in this well told story. Nicely done.
Congratulations on your EC. Happy Dance!