I've been writing posts and keeping them in my drafts because I feel so incredibly self-centered talking about me, me, me all the time. Especially with everything going on in the world. But guess what? Here's another post about me. I tried checking out the Daily Prompts. There was one I liked about a mystery... Continue Reading →
From the Daily Post's Daily Prompt: Your home is on fire. Grab five items (assume all people and animals are safe). What did you grab? My MacBook (wouldn't want it to melt with my masterpieces living inside). My cell phone (to call 911 and so kids can watch Netflix at shelter/hotel). Our coats (it's friggin... Continue Reading →
Today's Daily Prompt from The Daily Post reads: Tell us about the last experience you had that left you feeling fresh, energized, and rejuvenated. What was it that had such a positive effect on you? I changed out a light switch today! I realize that's not exactly rocket surgery or brain science. It's nowhere near... Continue Reading →
The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge: Serenity Serenity: The state of being calm, peaceful, and untroubled. Have a nice weekend!
The Daily Post's Daily Prompt today is: Pick a random word and do a Google image search on it. Check out the eleventh picture it brings up. Write about whatever that image brings to mind. First, I googled "random word generator" which brought me to a site that produced a bullet list of ten words.... Continue Reading →
I'm baaaaack. Here to stick my entire foot back in the water (instead of just my big toe) with a response to The Daily Post's Daily Prompt. You are on a mission to Mars. Because of the length of of the journey, you will never be able to return to Earth. What about our blue... Continue Reading →
The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge is "reflections." You can see the Challenge and the other entries here. I have two photos. Have a nice night!
I adjusted my black scarf over my black coat and rubbed my cold hands over my thighs, covered by my black jeans. Maybe an outdoor protest on the coldest day of the year wasn't the smartest idea, I thought, as I called the group over. "Alright," I said, as we huddled together. "Let's circle again.... Continue Reading →
Hi Everyone! Well, I'm still chugging along with my word count for National Novel Writing Month but wanted to take some time out to post an update. My problem now seems to be that my NaNo story is going in a totally different direction than I'd planned. If "characters drive plot" then my characters are... Continue Reading →