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Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Hope Posts

Hope. I try to fill myself with hope every single day, along with wonder, determination, and other important things.

In honor of this month's theme, Hope, I'm going to publish a series of posts in which I ask various people:

What's your definition of "hope?"
What makes you hopeful?

I'll be posting their answers at both my blog, Bildungsroman, and right here at the readergirlz blog.

I'm kicking off the series with Daphne Grab, author of Alive and Well in Prague, New York, one of this month's recommended reads.

Bookmark this post or follow this tag and check back throughout the month for more interviews of hope.


Melissa Walker said...

Can't wait. I'm into HOPE, as a rule.

Lorie Ann Grover said...

Such a beautiful idea, Little Willow! Thank you!

Little Willow said...

Thanks, Melissa! So am I.
Thanks, Lorie Ann!

shelburns said...

Looking forward to all the posts!

Vivian said...

Incredible idea, LW!

Little Willow said...

Thanks, Shelburns and Vivian!

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