My Poetic Path

My journey…shared in poems, prose and photos.


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Upcoming Amazon Kindle Promotions for May/June

Stop by my author’s site to check out several Kindle book promotions, in a variety of genres at:

Geraldine Helen Hartman- What’s New!

Happy Spring

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Happy Reading and Cooking! 🙂


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Two New Kindle Books, Now Available!

After a rather long writing hiatus, I am back at it with renewed energy and more to follow in 22!

Stop by my Author’s site for upcoming promotions, bio, recipes, contact information and links to all of my eBooks and books.

NEW RELEASES FOR 2022,

NOW AVAILABLE AT ALL AMAZON SITES:


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A Winter Haiku and Seasons Greetings!

Hello again !

If anyone is still stopping by at my WP blogs, I wish you a very Merry Christmas and a peaceful and prosperous New Year. We have all earned it, after the last two extremely difficult years, throughout the world.

I have been keeping busy with a variety of creative projects, including getting back to writing after a (too) long hiatus. Always my best, most positive and productive strategy when it comes to coping with stress.

You can read more about my latest Kindle eBook: “Regrets: I’ve Had (Quite) a Few” available in January and a couple of holiday treats to share with you at my other WP blog, Veggies, Yarns & Tails: click here.

I Wish You Peace, Prosperity and All the Good Things in 2022!


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A Time to Hope and Reflect….

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Wishing you and your family a MUCH better year in 2021.

I hope you will stop by my author’s site and Veggies, Yarns & Tails too, for some additional holiday greetings and my current Amazon Kindle promotions.

This has been a good year to catch up on reading, in spite of all the challenges! 😉

Take care, stay safe, be well.

PS: If anyone can enlighten me where to find the option to change the default page text color here at WP now, I would be oh so grateful. Posting here has become one big hassle. 😦


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Blogging Update 2020 :-)

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I hope your New Year is off to a great start!

I’ve decided to take a hiatus from all blogging, for the foreseeable future.

May be back, may not. I’ve learned from past experience, never say never, especially when it comes to blogging.

Just too much to do and every day seems to go faster than the one before it. Trips to plan, including another big move, still working on unpacking and sorting here, numerous projects, writing, crafting….the list goes on and on.

My contact information at all my blogs, will remain active, including at My Real Life Reviews, re: review requests.

I wish all of my blog friends, past and present, the best year ever! 

Craving Snow?

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yearning haiku

A nice light “dusting” will do .😊

It’s been raining on and off, for days, here on Vancouver Island.

🎄 A White Christmas would be so nice!🎄

This photo and haiku is from years ago, when we lived in Interior BC. 

How has your weather been?

Are you expecting a White Christmas?


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Word of the Week: Share

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A holiday post (see below) from several years ago that came to mind today. From my “word of the week” series.

Christmas 🎄and sharing, they really do go hand in hand.

I feel truly blessed especially this year, to be living on beautiful Vancouver Island in our nice home and area.

As is usually the case , we will once again be helping out at one or more charity lunches. One of my long time Christmas traditions.

What is something you usually share during the holidays? Your time, talents….

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I’ve always believed that it’s important and meaningful to share my talents, time  and when it’s possible belongings and other resources with people that  I know and also those I have yet to meet. Particularly those in dire need.

At this time of year, that belief is brought to mind on a daily basis. Joe and I plan to help out at various charitable dinners and events during the next few weeks. We also are buying some treats to supply to a local food bank, to distribute at Christmas time.

To share…what does it mean to you?

 For me, it’s always brought unexpected and memorable rewards. It’s part of who I am. Having been through some difficult years personally, it’s even more relevant now. ♥

 

PS: Is there anything better than sharing food and recipes?

 Here’s one of mine, a Cranberry Wheatgerm Muffin recipe you might enjoy! 🙂

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