About this blog

I’ve always enjoyed writing.  I’ve written mostly for my own enjoyment, typically about a specific person, incident or occasion.  I started this blog in 2013 as part of an online course, hoping to find a way to connect with others with similar interests or questions. I’ve used tags and categories to make finding a particular selection easier.

Please feel free to share any items that speak to you or to friends with similar life circumstances. Please comment if a particular entry moves you.

During the school year that started in September, 2014, I posted weekly an entry of a setting or musing about China based on some of my experiences there. They appear under the “China W(a/o)nderings” heading.

9 responses to “About this blog

  1. Your wisdom and humanity is so evident in your poems. Bravo!

  2. Helena Mbele-Mbong

    Jinny, Congratulations on getting this up and running. And thank you for sharing your poems. Several definitely resonate, and all are worth reading. I will be sharing with some friends. – Helena

  3. Jinny – This is wonderful! You have such a compassion for the subjects you write about. I will be sharing your website with friends also. Keep it up, girl!

    Barbara J.

  4. Yes Jinny, definitely continue presenting your poetry gifts for us to read and muse about. … Rereading the accumulated verse was inspiring. My three favorites, probably based on what I was feeling at the time, are Sorority Sisters, Born after the War, and Filters Decay Slowly. Thank you for your insights.

    Pat

  5. Read with joy over and over again. Through your eyes, saw a new Hawaii; had no idea that members of my family were in your sisterhood sorority; and life does take on a difference pace following retirement. I, too love trees. Thanks.
    Willie D.

  6. Hi Jinny, Thanks for sharing your insights and your writing talent. I particularly like Tiananmen and your grandfather’s story.

  7. Anna Belle Ambrosen

    Enjoyed your reflections on approaching 70. I got there last year and it’s a thought provoking landmark. Enjoying the freedom of retirement. Some days I do very little. Nice to have that option.

  8. You really did a very good job sharing these words with us. It reminds me of those days when you gave classes to us about English writing. I tend to write in a paper notebook like a small girl.

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