Recent Reviews for Angie Clayton
If Only I Could Fly (Short Story) - 1/9/2008 1:26:24 PM|
Dear Angie, "If I Could Fly" is also the subjet of my book "Teach me to Fly" on which I am still working. I will post some excerpts. As you can see this is a matter that every child asks about. Good that you brought it up and shared with us your expression about flying. Well done, emile
If Only I Could Fly (Short Story) - 11/5/2007 6:22:17 PM
Cute story, Angie. I think all children desire to fly at one time or another. You have captured the essence of childhood so well in this delightful story. Well done!
My Best Girl (Short Story) - 9/19/2007 5:43:30 PM
I'm glad I saved this for last (read your other stories, too) Your last line is the perfect ending!
Thoroughly enjoyed reading your adventures in little-kid world. Your writing almost makes me feel that I am there with you, trying to keep up with these 2 adorable little ones!
I lament the fact that my youngest grandchild is now seven years old although he's still a lot of fun.
Savor the moments! (It's plain to see that you do.)
If Only I Could Fly (Short Story) - 6/6/2007 12:17:02 PM
Sweet write, Angie. Thank you for sharing it. Love and peace to you,
My Best Girl (Short Story) - 6/5/2007 6:04:22 PM
Absolutely heartwarming. Your love shines through in every sentence, Angie. I love the pretzel necklace and the little pink slippers. As a child, my obsession was a gaudy red purse, one of my mother's castoffs. I took it everywhere, including the dinner table. You won't see a photo of me at age six without that darn purse.
Very much enjoyed!!
If Only I Could Fly (Short Story) - 5/30/2007 8:14:57 AM
Heart touching story; very well penned! :)
Five Minutes (Short Story) - 5/29/2007 4:31:56 PM
Cute story, Angie. You definitely brought a smile to my face. And I agree -- I don't know how forty-something moms do it. It was tough enough at thirty, can't imagine chasing toddlers every day at this stage in the game.
I'd like it very much if you would visit my den sometime.