Write to me

Write to me or share your own “kid” story.


6 responses to “Write to me

  1. Good morning!

    I found your blog through a link on my friend Carole’s blog. Just want to let you know I enjoy reading your “kid” stories. Thanks for sharing.

    God bless,

  2. Thanks, Linda. I appreciate the encouragement.

  3. Gloria Turner

    I am really impressed with your talent..your writings. God has really blessed you in a special way. I have always admired writers and I love your work on your page. I will bookmark your website and read some more. Thank you for telling me about it.
    I am a big kid too and love playing with my grand children. They love to come. I love to hear them pray and I thank God for all four!
    Keep in touch and keep writing!!!

    • Thank you Gloria. I hope you get to see your grandchildren more often than I see mine. My daughter lives about 300 miles away, so visits are few and far between. Thanks for leaving such a nice comment.

  4. Margaret

    Hello Janice,

    I appreciate the concept of you being a kid more than you know. Although I was born in 1958, I am emotionally 11. My own daughter figured this out and explained why she thinks this (after taking only a few psychology classes down in college – amazing, huh? LOL!). She would know, after all – she “grew up with me.” Like you with your daughter, I was my daughter’s friend, too, which was good, but sometimes (for my daughter), not so good (i.e., sometimes a kid needs a mom). Your spin on being “a kid” makes me feel a little bit better. I realize that is not what you are aiming for, but thank you and I’m going to tell my daughter about you too.

    (I just thought of something … maybe it’s not a “spin” because I noticed that your husband supports your “kid-ness” – sweet!)

    I enjoyed reading your blog.

    • I think most adults still have a kid living inside them, though some to a greater degree than others. Mem Fox wrote a children’s picture book called Night Noises that gave me the idea for this blog. You should look for it in the library and read it. I try not to let the kid part be too obvious in my adult world, but I’m afraid it still slips out sometimes. 🙂

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