Bernadette is a friend to have in this place. She’s a lovely, smart, warm and totally inspiring woman.

I am honored to have been interviewed by Jacqueline.

a cooking pot and twisted tales

I follow a lot of bloggers and interact with most of them as often as I can, but in this blogging journey, there are some people who you connect with and you see the beauty of their soul shine through their work. I read Bernadette’s posts every week and I never leave empty handed.

Her thoughts are enriching and uplifting. She’s supportive of her blog friends and to take it further, she and I (with other volunteers) are starting off ‘Writers Quote Series,’ this November.

Bernadette is a friend to have if you are not following her already. Please check out Haddon’s Musings, join the 52 weeks of thankfulness series or the senior salon 🙂

Thank you, my lady, for granting this interview. I appreciate you and wish you all the best in getting that publication done.

Hello, my name is Bernadette and I blog at Jacqueline…

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About Bernadette

I live in the small town of Haddonfield, NJ. I am at an age in my life when I seem to spend time thinking and musing about life. These musings are usually stimulated by my walks through Haddonfield, my reading of books and fellow bloggers, and my interaction with my group of fabulous family and friends.

10 Responses

  1. Robin Baldwin

    Bernadette, it’s been a pleasure getting to know you through your blog and Jacqueline’s interview. I love the publishing project you’re working on. Thanks for always being so supportive!

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  2. A wonderful interview. I agree that finding creative outlets is important especially as we get older. I appreciate your support of my blog. I guess I’ve been learning the blogging rules as I go. I have heard about the “mean girls” of blogging but don’t think I’ve ran into them yet. I suppose there must be more than one mean set as so many bloggers seem to have their own community of people who like and comment on their work. I don’t really have a community as I like to go around and read people that I’ve never encountered before.

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