Wednesday, March 7, 2012





That's Charlotte...

A genuinely kind

I was fortunate to have met Charlotte Digregorio a couple of years ago through a reading group. She is a multi-talented, multi-lingual, award winning, internationally renowned writer/publisher/teacher. Her writing reaches around the globe and her resume extends almost that far!

When Charlotte requested an interview with me regarding my poetry, I was, needless to say...humbled and honored!

Here is the link to our interview:

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Your encouragement

lifts me up 

and inspires me! 


Janette@Janette's Sage said...

Oh how wonderful. I just came to read blogs and ask the Lord for some uplifting news and inspiration...well you delivered. I will go check it out right now.

Janette@Janette's Sage said...

Oh it was great...congratulations sweet lady! I so enjoyed the poems, of course, today the one that got me was the first, only in our family I made fun of hubby first, and now my eyes are worse!! LOL

I enjoy your talent...what a wonderful God given talent!

Charlotte Digregorio said...

You are too nice, Lorraine! Thank you so much for your kind words, and thank you very much for the interview. Your post continues to get a lot of hits. It looks like you've gotten about 937, if I've counted correctly--maybe more. I'll recount, and let you know. You have a rhyming talent that so many people would love to have!

Deborah said...

Hi Lorraine!
I loved that interview...its so good to learn more about you.
As you said I can see why you haved named your blog as is.
You are multi-gifted and you use your gifts well.
You are truly a blessing my friend!!

Much love,
Deborah xoxo

Elisabeth said...

Hi Lorraine-after commenting on Jaime's blog...saw your comment and realized that it's been such a while since we've commented on each others' blogs.
What an inspirational and talented Poet and Writer Charlett Digregorio is...a poet who favors Japanese forms, and to have her interview you. I clicked on the link and read the interview and I was so pleased to learn more about you.

Loved your heartfelt poem about the true, and so sweet and amusing...the other poem about your mom and dad, brought tears to my eyes, a sweet, yet sad nostalgic poem. You are multi-talented, and I can see why you named your blog as "multi-dimensional"
Your interview reminded me of my talented son, who is also a writer/poet, artist, and has quit his 10yr Stock Market job to pursue his true passion with his art and writing, for the last 2 years and is just gaining success now!

ღ soraya ღ said...

nice post thanks for sharing...blessings...

Gina said...

Multi-talented indeed my dear. I'm sure I will be reading more great things about you soon, I adore your poetry. I feel happiest when creating too. I like your advice about coming back to it later, sometimes I feel that block. I want to chalk it up to being tired, such as lately, but I think it's just that I need to go out and observe more and think about it less. Hope you aren't having too bad of weather over there?

mangiabella said...

I just realized you posted this to blog too!!!! Oh bella, oh my goodness, once again I couldn't wipe the SMILE off of my face reading your interview!!!!!! You are AWAKE and ALIVE and SHINING bella.....and that illumination is lifting me up where I am right now!!!!

I love how you said "I can get lost in the words if I’m not careful, meaning that I have to manage my time effectively or the writing process might carry me away for hours. I find that when I create, I’m most fulfilled. It gives me joy."

haha....oh how I wish I could just get lost in the words once in a while...for a whole day!!!!

and when you said "When I create, I feel God’s presence….I consider it all a gift which I thoroughly enjoy." - YES YES YES!!! and we are all blessed by those gifts EVERY SINGLE TIME you engage....

xoxo j

Lizzy said...

It was so good to hear from you, my sweet friend! I hope life has been treating you well...and now I need to go check out your interview. xo

Deborah Ann said...

Wow, congrats Lorraine! God seems to be blessing everything your hands touch. It's so thrilling to watch you blossom...

How's your summer going? Yes, I do mean summer. In the 70's? What? Love it!

A multi-dimensional life said...

Friends, you bless me with your encouragement and I'm so grateful to know each and every one of you talented, beautiful women! What a fun journey we are on!

Yes, Deb! I'm enjoying summer in March...strange, but great! It was actually in the 80's here for a few days and leaves are popping, grass is green, May flowers are blossoming in March...we were supposed to set the clocks ahead, not the calendar!

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