Amazing Blogger: Brenda!

I don’t like to crow, I’m more of a sparrow, but I have to reblog to thank Just Patty at petitemagique for her Post about me and friendly fairy tales. Patty is a lovely poet and friend. I love what she has to say about magic and fairy tales. Thanks, Patty! Blessings everyone! Brenda


Every week I want to share an amazing blogger with you all, so you can check out their blogs and maybe make some new friends!

All of these bloggers have amazed me with their art, kind heart, friendship and skills.

You ready? Here we go!


Meet Brenda

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A little about Brenda

I’m Brenda Davis Harsham. I live in New England with my fantastic husband and three story-telling children, where we are surrounded by music, gardens and magic.  New stories unfold around me all the time, and sometimes I’m lucky enough to write them down. The world is full of possibility and wonder. I’m inspired by nature, my kids, friends, storms, coincidences, art, magic and memories. I’ve been telling stories for as long as I can remember. I’m delighted to share my fairy tales with you here.

This site is for kids of all ages, and it’s safe…

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29 thoughts on “Amazing Blogger: Brenda!

  1. Well, that was lovely of her to draw attention to you and your blog. And you are as she described, it’s really lovely to have met you Brenda – in the virtual blog sense! I would say out of all the people who follow me, there is only a small handful of bloggers that I would consider good and worthy blog friends, (sad to say that, but I’m being honest) and you are most definitely in that lovely handful! 😀


  2. Brenda, I think this is richly deserving, you have shown me beauty I would not have found myself, and have taught me so so very much in the last few months. Thank you — Just Patty was right calling out your name. Take care, Bill


    • Oh, now I’m crying again. What a lovely thing to say, Bill. I am really moved. We all help each other discover beauty. I’m proud of the work you are doing, to put a face to a disease that must be isolating and scary. You make it possible to face it, and that is so important. I hope you will continue honing, refining and putting your words out there. You matter, as my friend LadyBlueRose would say. Hugs, Brenda


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