Having a little trouble finding an X word to write about. I’m having to manipulate a word a bit. The word I’m going to write about is x-cite.
Some things that x-cite me are:
Music-I love music, especially smooth jazz. Some people say it’s not real jazz but it’s real enough for me. It’s smooth jazz for a smooth operator.
Writing-has been a deliverance tool for me. The more I write the freer I become. I may not be good at writing, it is helps me face hard things I would normally not address.
It would really x-cite me to hug, kiss and hold my grand babies. I would be x-cited to see the twinkle in their eyes and the cute way their mouths curve into a smile knowing that their grandma was lovingly hugging them.
I could go on but I’m sure you get the idea.
What x-cites you?
8 thoughts on “X-Cite”
We have the love of music and writing in common. I just started a post on technology and its impact on learning. In case you wanna peek, for your grandkids. Diana
Thanks for stopping by my blog. I will be checking out your blog further. I’ve been working on what I eat and I see you have some recipes I would like to try. Blessings.
I thought I reset the Journey as my primary. Do you land straight in my food blog when you click on
aholisticjourney.wordpress.com? That’s where the new series on technology and learning is, along with thoughts on motherhood. Blessings. Diana
Emma, If you haven’t gotten to it, you will LOVE LOVE the speech by this brilliant Afr-Amer poetess. It is out of this WORLD. It’s on the right margin of my home page under Teaching & Learning Inspiration, the link that says
Would love for today’s kids to write like this.
And this post is a response to a novel on slavery in the bayous of Lousiana, my email to the author and her reply. The title, A Million Nightingales
You’re talking my language!! Grandchildren xcite ME too!!!
Your blog is xciting and I’m glad I found you.
A to Z-ing to the end
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Thanks Connie for finding me. I’m glad you did. I will be checking yours out also. Blessings. Emma
This was a lovely post. You made me smile just thinking of you holding adorable little grandkids. My kids are still toddlers but I know someday when I’m a grandma, the loving smiles of grandkids will excite me too. 🙂
Thanks for visiting my blog and enjoying it. I appreciate you taking time to do so. Grand kids are precious. Enjoy yours. I’m sure they enjoy you too. Blessings.