Call it what you will ... holiday food fatigue, that one glass of wine (really, I only had one glass!), too long of a stroll down memory lane.... Whatever the source, I feel slow today. I was unable to get to sleep until 2am, and then, was poked and prodded by our beloved hound, Nash, … Continue reading the fault in our stars
It is my humble opinion that if you’ve taken this challenge,* you have earned the right to call yourself a writer until otherwise noted, which in this case is the thirty days of November. After that, you can regroup and reassess your position and I doubt there would be anyone who would question your reasons. … Continue reading goin the distance
Last night, when I popped in on Zack, on his computer in his room, he asked what I’ve been up to this past week. He said he’s noticed that I’ve been very busy and much happier lately. Off I went to I retrieve my iPad, where I pulled up my blog and showed him. Midway … Continue reading out of my way
When I was five years old, Mom gave me a pink plastic crochet hook and a ball of yarn, and showed me how to crochet a chain stitch. I sat quietly for many an hour repeating the stitch until I had a chain that seemed like a mile long. Mom showed me how to wrap … Continue reading creative musings
"No matter what your walls are made of, a closet is no place for a person to live."~ Ash Beckham. I’ve been thinking about my clothes a lot lately. Having just switched me warm weather clothes for winter wear, it’s become pretty obvious to me that I have an adversity to wearing patterns. Oh, I … Continue reading what’s in your closet?
Time to come clean: I have not been writing eight pages a day for my first draft. I’ve written a few pages here and there for a total of thirty pages. That’s 7,500 words towards the NaNoWriMo goal of 50,000. I’ve accepted that I possibly won’t make that goal by the end of my 30 … Continue reading status quo?