Alexandria Living Magazine – Something Small Is Big Enough

Just a little announcement:

I’m excited to let you know I have an essay appearing in the current issue of Alexandria Living magazine!

It was a thrill to work with the kind folks at the magazine and as an Alexandria, Virginia resident it was especially fun to contribute.

Below is the link to my piece in the online version of Alexandria Living.  Check it out, and if you like, please comment on the magazine website in the space just below the essay. We would love to hear your feedback!

https://alexandrialivingmagazine.com/stuart-perkins-something-small-is-big-enough/

Thanks to all those who’ve asked what I’ve been up to lately. Blogging continues to be great fun and has proven to be an exciting pathway to opportunities like this. As their newest columnist I’ll be writing a piece for each issue of Alexandria Living. Exciting!

Stuart M. Perkins

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75 responses to “Alexandria Living Magazine – Something Small Is Big Enough

  1. Congratulations. I hope you will continue to provide the link.

  2. Great story! Congrats on the pub and thank you for sharing.

  3. Congratulations! I look forward to reading it. Hope you had a great summer!

  4. Doug Lafuze

    A great story, thanks for sharing it and congratulations on your new column!!

  5. MANY, MANY Congratulations!

  6. Of course 🙂

    Interesting summer for me. I’m still doing my daily spiritual work to shift the planet. Hoping to finally see some results!

    Glad you had a great summer.

    Hope to meet someday!

    • I hope that shift works! Meeting would be great. Really you and a handful of others have been around since I started blogging and always interact and give me encouragement. It’s helped me many times!

  7. Glad to hear that. Blogging has always been about community and relationships to me….connection.

  8. What a wonderful piece SOMETHING SMALL IS BIG ENOUGH is! It made me cry and should be required reading for politicians and everyone alive and capable of comprehension.

  9. Lovely story, thanks for sharing. 🙂

  10. First of all:

    A baby robin, apparently swept into the creek during the rain, had managed to climb onto a large rock surrounded by the fast-flow-ing water. There he sat, soggy and shivering.

    “We’ve got to get him!” the boy cried as he ran down the over-grown bank and stood at the water’s edge. The father followed.

    ❤❤❤❤❤❤

    Second, this echoed a sermon I listened to earlier. 👍 I’m glad you got a column in a city mag — people need your voice. (P.S., I went to college at 28 to write and edit for a city mag, so I’m super jealous.)

  11. Congratulations, Stuart…

  12. Exciting stuff! Congratulations!

  13. Lovely story holding great lesson. Congratulations on the assignment. It will be an exciting challenge, and you are well able to handle it. Thanks for the link. Blessings on you.

  14. Karen

    Way to go. So proud of you!

  15. Thanks so much! I truly enjoyed the article and it brought back memories of living in Alexandria.

  16. Congratulations on a delightful story and an ongoing gig with the magazine. You deserve recognition

    Rosemary Bishop Boden

  17. Congratulations on this new opportunity. Looking forward to reading your regular column.

  18. There you are! CongratZ on yet another publication.

  19. Great news! Congratulations. Your story touched my heart. Just what we need to hear about in these turbulent times. I look forward to reading more of your articles.

  20. Congratulations on the new gig!

  21. jmpod

    Delightful as always!

  22. Wonderful read. I love untold stories, and this is beautiful.

  23. Congratulations Stuart: Here’s to you! Enjoy, enjoy.

  24. Done. Great story as always and as you suggested, I left a comment in ALM. Congratulations on the publication. Here’s to many more.

  25. Congrats! A regular contributor to anything is quite an accomplishment.

  26. Congrats Stuart! How wonderful. You’ll be a great asset to the publication. 😀

  27. Congratulations and a lovely piece.

  28. Way to go, Stuart!!! I loved your story, too. We need more of this–in print and real life ;^)

  29. Excellent! Enjoyed reading it. 🙂

  30. Nat

    Congratulations on the regular features job! Looking forward to seeing future writing from you 🙂

  31. Congratulations on your publication and great story!! Sometimes it is the little things that resolve the big issues. Keep writing!

  32. Well-written story and congratulations on getting published!! Signed, a new fan in Arkansas

  33. Congratulations! And thank you for visiting my blog 🙂 Blessings to you.

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