Traffic Jam Weekend #330



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Kimberly: Being A Wordsmith (NEW URL!) | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest | Instagram

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Michelle: My Bijou Life | Instagram | Pinterest

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These are the featured posts from Traffic Jam Weekend Link Party #329


Kimberly chose How to Survive an Active Shooter from Watercress Words. “Great post, Dr. Aletha! The high school my son would have attended had we not moved had an active shooter this past school year. It was an isolated incident in the principal’s office involving three people with no casualties. However, I shudder to think about what could have happened had the shooter (a student) not been stopped. Your tips on what to do if ever in this terrible situation are very valuable to know.”



Marsha chose My Garden Art Retirement Hobby from The Scribbling Boomer. “I really enjoyed walking down the trails of Carol’s garden! She has such an eclectic yet tied together place…I’d love to visit and have some iced tea!”

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Hazlo chose “Are You Settling for Less in Your Marriage?” from Soul Survival. “Happiness is everything, but marriages are complicated, just like businesses. I also recently read that a good fit in a business partner is like a rare jewel because a business partnership is like a professional marriage. One cannot afford to settle for less in marriage. Marriage is a long-term commitment, filled with moments of conflict resolution, bills, open communication, compromises, home management, raising children, in addition to other pressure of life, etc. Donna writes, ‘instead of working through the issues that are revealed through the stresses and trials of daily life, many walk away.’ Are you amongst those who walk away or work at it?”



Michelle chose RSC Blue from Grace and Peace Quilting. “Not only is Nancy’s quilt beautiful, it’s a great way to use up scraps, and it would be a great pattern for beginners.”


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