Saturday, December 20, 2008

Question...

Okay, I want your comments. For my post for Saturday (Day 30) I want to know, which entry would you like to see me revise, revisit, and re-post? If no one leaves me comments (please leave me a comment!) then I'll just choose one, but I thought it would be more fun to hear what stories you'd like to hear more of or you think are improveable.

Thanks!

5 comments:

Cristina said...

Hi Becca,

I would love to see the shepherd post redone :-)

Cristina

Bryce said...

I really enjoyed the entry about the Christmas Card. It's funny and realistic and I'm sure people (not me, necessarily) can and do relate to it.
I'm sure the antics of this young family are no where near over. It's not even Christmas yet. :)

Steph @ Diapers and Divinity said...

Maybe it's just me, but I want to hear the rest of your personally stories that you've only alluded to. :)

RaT Babies said...

I agree with Stephanie ... you have mentioned bits and pieces of other personal events that you say "Thats for an entirely different story/entry". I like reading the more "real life" stories you write ...

Denise said...

Ah! So many comments, so little time!! First off, congratulations- you've made it through a month solid- I have a feeling that some needed sleep was sacrificed in the process. I liked "The Star" as revised- flowed easily in third person. In the way of critique-ing...on occasion you will come out with a sentence that is a little tangled- I read, go back, read again, and move on. A good example is Joseph getting his goods together to head on out for the night. Is it sentence stucture, punctuation, or something else? Re-read that part- I am sure you will see what I'm trying to say. I found your engagement story interesting- time adds perspective like nothing else. I am so very happy that your real prince charming was straight ahead. As you asked- looking back at a month's worth of entries, "Death" stands out as most personal,( I could feel your sorrow), I loved the Tupperware cupboard- this style of writing from you delights and amuses me- and I remember the vivid descriptions of the scene in the pioneer one (sorry, can't remember the name of that one.) Keep going- if you can stand to loose the sleep!