Maccoll Johnson Fellowship

The things we do, the things we see, the things we think about – whether we want to or not, find their way from my mind to this computer screen, sometimes onto paper, and sometimes even in book form. I wasn't a writer when I started writing this blog, but now, seven years later I have a real chance of turning a hobby into a full time job as a freelance writer.. The Maccoll Johnson Fellowship which is administered by The Rhode Island Foundation provides me the means to devote the time necessary to pursuing that goal, and a big chunk of change to make the transition a little less painful.

But I'm still a firefighter, and an EMT, and always will be.

http://www.rifoundation.org/News/NewsArticles/tabid/513/ArticleId/201/Foundation-awards-MacColl-Johnson-Fellowship-to-three-RI-writers.aspx

Thank you Robert and Margaret.

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Thank you Kathi!
2015-01-21 16:41:05
Kathi
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What a heart-warming gesture! So glad you shared this moment! Thank you for your good-heartedness and I believe our day-to-day actions can have long-term reactions, negative and positive. Keep up the positive!
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Moments like that tend to make a lousy day get better, fast!
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