Wednesday, June 2, 2010

All Four of my Sasee Essays on Line

GOOD NEWS! All four of my essays accepted by Sasee can be viewed on line if you scroll all the way to the bottom of the first essay at the link below.

You can click here to view my essays in Sasee Magazine. Just scroll down and it should take you to it. Enjoy.

7 comments:

Lynn said...

Nice article. I could feel your pain as a child wanting to be able to fit in those shoes!

Lisa Ricard Claro said...

Oh, Linda! What a terrific article. I had a similar episode as a kid one day with a pair of shoes too big. I stuffed tissue in the toes and toughed it out. It was awful. I knew they looked like gunboats and wished for my old shoes the whole day long.

Linda O'Connell said...

Thanks Lynn. Yes, I desperately wanted those shoes, but you know, incidents like that build character and help you to develop compassion towards others. I'm over it now.

Linda O'Connell said...

Lisa, been there too, but it's easier when they are too big than too small. Thanks for the comment.

Susan said...

Ohhhhh, that was a great story, Linda. Loved it. Thanks for sharing and congratulations! Susan

Bookie said...

Wow, super essay! It also sparked a memory of my own that I would rather forget. You are great using power verbs too--I need to learn from you.
Also enjoyed Not the Gal He Married...but shoes was favorite!

irishoma said...

Hi Linda,
Love the shoe essay. I had a pair of saddle shoes and remember going to Hill Brother Shoes for "two for five, man alive."
Donna