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Slice of Life: Response Roulette #SOL19 #TWTblog

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    Elisabeth Ellington
    Posted at 13:10h, 26 March Reply

    It’s fitting that I posted my slice on TWT right after yours this morning because I used one of your slices from earlier in the month to find a poem! Thank you for helping me write this morning! Yes, I love response roulette too and try to do it every day. I love discovering new voices and new stories, though of course I also love keeping up with old friends this month.

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    Rose Cappelli
    Posted at 13:50h, 26 March Reply

    Great poem! I agree! Responding can be a dilemma because there is only so much time. I try to add a few new slicers each day, but then there are those whose writing always inspires, and the list goes on. I wish I could read them all! What a supportive community we have.

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    Posted at 14:06h, 26 March Reply

    Good poem to capture the commenting challenge. I comment on the three who posted before me, then the ones I’ve known for years, and then I have a quick meet with other slicers.

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    Posted at 14:41h, 26 March Reply

    I always struggle reading new people’s posts since I have so many old friends…this is a good idea!

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    Jess B
    Posted at 17:12h, 26 March Reply

    This is awesome! Choosing who to respond to is tricky, I like your idea of Response Roulette 🙂

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    Diane Dougherty
    Posted at 18:27h, 26 March Reply

    Yes, I find it difficult to choose too. So many slices, but I do make an effort to respond to several new slicers every day.
    Love the poem and the reminder to keep responding. It means so much to be read, I know.

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    Posted at 20:33h, 26 March Reply

    You captured the struggle, for sure! I am always grateful when someone stumbles across my blog, and I do my best to pass on the Slice-love. Thanks for sharing!

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    Paula Bourque
    Posted at 00:24h, 27 March Reply

    Oh my word, I think I will have time for 5 or 6 and next thing I know it is time for bed and I haven’t set out my clothes, made my coffee, called my parents, or brushed the dog! So many great teachers out there who are pouring their ideas and hearts onto their blogs. I just want to read them all! Love this poem. Perfect for this dilemma!

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    Melanie Meehan
    Posted at 01:29h, 27 March Reply

    Good poem, Clare! My routine is more like a coffee shop. It’s the people below me when I get my slice up, as well as a few I always make sure to visit. Maybe I’ll try a little roulette too. I can’t believe we’re almost to the end of March!

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    Christine Baldiga
    Posted at 02:20h, 27 March Reply

    Such a cute way to remind us all to try a few new slicers! And your idea for picking is clever.
    Great rhythm and rhyme in your poem.

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