Critique does not come easy for me. I try to be careful but truthful with my words. I don’t like to be rude. I don’t want to hurt anyone. I consider myself a moderate in many things. I prefer to look at both sides of an issue, as I know that circumstances can appear … Continue reading Roseanne, Samantha and Free Speech
If we were having coffee right now, it would indeed be a special event. You see I consider myself a social drinker. I don’t drink coffee on a regular basis, only on occasion. Every morning I drink hot black tea in round bags with boiled water from my teapot. I let it sit for several … Continue reading If we were having coffee right now
Even though we have had severe weather warnings and plenty of rain, I decided to take the scenic route this afternoon. Rather than go a short ride up the Interstate, I decided to drive along the shore to one of the only beaches in the area where I can go with my Baby Girl. She’s … Continue reading Beach after the Storm
I admit that it seems that since I started writing a couple of months ago, I’ve done nothing else. I’ve taken courses at Blogging U and joined a twenty-six-day writing challenge, all with the sole purpose to get me to write every day. Between writing, editing and reading other blogs, this has become my life. … Continue reading My life while writing – what life?
"I can't decide if procrastination kills creativity or is essential to it." Grant Snider@grantdraws Twitter Today is the test. Has procrastination murdered my creativity? I’ve been putting off completing this assignment all day. I don’t … Continue reading Let Social Media Inspire You
Most days I enjoy writing in the quiet of my room, up away from the street noise and TVs. I have a small computer desk where I perch my laptop on its stand and pull out the keyboard from the tray. I’ve got a table with a couple of notebooks and pens for jotting ideas … Continue reading Writing Space
Happiness is like a butterfly which, when pursued, is always beyond our grasp, but which, if you will sit down quietly, may alight upon you. Author unknown, printed in “The Literary American,” 1848. (Credit- Quote Investigator) I have difficulty finding a favorite quote to share because I have many. I store bits wisdom from a … Continue reading Happiness Is Like a Butterfly