Virginia Living – update!

Just an update from my earlier post.

Below is the link to my little piece in Virginia Living.

I wasn’t aware it would appear on their website also, so that’s great!

Thanks again to everyone for all of the encouragement!

Stuart M. Perkins




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77 responses to “Virginia Living – update!

  1. I really liked that! Especially the little twist 😀

  2. nicely done. i guess there’s a kid in us adults. always. we just need to take time to acknowledge it and release its power when the occasion begs for it.

  3. Congrats on your story Stuart! I really enjoyed it. How exciting to see it in print. Thanks again for following me, or I would have missed the fun of reading your stories.

  4. I’ve nominated you for One Lovely Blog Award!
    I’m sure you’ve got plenty of these..but I’d like to say too that yours really is One Lovely Blog!

  5. A wonderful story, if I do say so myself. I really enjoy your writing style in particular.

  6. Great story. I recently had a blast playing Nerf battles with my sons. It brought about much laughter and I’m glad I decided to join in the fun–as it seems the adults in your sledding story were glad they joined in the fun as well.

  7. Congratulations on your publication! Thank you for this beautiful piece. You’ve inspired me to go sledding today with my boys. PS Thank you for following my blog.

  8. I have nominated you for The Versatile Blogger Award! Thanks for sharing your talents! Follow the link:

  9. What a great story–sometimes it takes people a while to be drawn into fun and excitement. I’m glad the adults got some good downhill runs out of the day. It’s hard for kids to truly enjoy something if their parents aren’t happy about it as well! Congrats on getting it published in a magazine. And thanks for stopping by my blog and following.

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  11. Congrats on your publication Stewart.

  12. atennismom

    Loved The Best Day! Brought back memories of Powhatan Hill and sledding in the 60’s. My Mom would pack up the station wagon and all the neighborhood kids would pile in tight as sardines. That was some kind of fun! Back then, we had so much snow, schools would be closed for a week. One snowy winter I can remember camping out in our basement by the woodstove with no electricity for days. We played Monopoly for hours by the light of candles and oil lamps. Aaawwwhhh– those were the days– such fond memories.

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  14. fnafcraft

    thanks for liking

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