Finishing a novel titled Quaker Playboy Leaves Legacy of Confusion. For me, the writing process is very much like the experience of Meeting for Worship (except for the solitude part).
Grew up in a Philadelphia Quaker family...going on five generations now in Quaker schools. I'm always amazed by how little even people in Philadelphia know about Quakers. Our cultural profile isn't very high. Why is that?
Hello Helen, funny that our paths crossed here. I just found this site recently. My kids are in public school, but I went to Haverford College and have attended Quaker meetings off and on throughout my life (Center City and Radnor), although I am lapsed attender most recently. I am looking to reconnect with a group and interested in finding groups that meet during the week. For a variety of reasons, Sundays are very problematic for me. Love your profile and the title of your blog and novel... I am blogging but not on work-related matters.
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