How To Turn Your Loved One’s Day Around In A Few Words

May 17, 2016

  1. Alan Fiebig says:

    Great thoughts and truths!
    I’ve recently started texting people that I have not heard from lately, just to touch base, see how they are, and let them know I thought of them. Makes me feel good, hope it cheers their day a tad.

  2. debbie conklin says:

    Wow, great stuff, Eryn! Thank you so much. I love to read your words of wisdom! God has most definitely given you a gift, and you are using it to bless and encourage so many! Thanks!

  3. Vivian Brown says:

    Every time I read one of your writings it inspires me. Keep up the great work. And you are a rock star!

  4. Love this one Erin!

  5. Kath says:

    Why are all your paragraphs so short? Is that just the way you write? I’ve never seen anyone write that way.

    • Eryn Lynum says:

      Hi Kath, it is actually a style for blogging. Writing for a blog is much different than writing for say, a book. When people are reading online, they like to scan, sort of like reading a magazine. By keeping paragraphs short, and adding photos, it breaks up the text a bit, and helps readers to take in all of the content, and encourages them to read the whole story. Thank you for reading!

  6. Hi there to all, the contents existing at this website are reaoly awesome for pelple experience, well, keep up the nice work fellows.

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