Category Archives: journals

Looking to other writers

Journals and diaries have been in and out of my life since I was a little girl. I thought they were cool. I longed to be a writer who carried a journal with them everywhere – maybe a small one … Continue reading

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Day 18: Writing from snippets

Rain or Sun! I am sitting in my car on the top of a parking building. There are trees peering over the top edge of the lot with bright yellow leaves. The rain and sun exchange places every few minutes.One … Continue reading

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Day Four: How did I become a writer?

A good question – the how is interesting but for me I have to go back to when did I first start thinking of myself as a writer? What is my definition of a writer?  Who write? All that leads … Continue reading

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Searching and getting lost

A good title right – I got you! It give the impression of a deep and thoughtful post. Ha – not so much!  This is really my being mentally lost this morning. I am not able to stay focused. I … Continue reading

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It’s Monday! What are you reading? Dana Levy’s new book

“This Would Make a Good Story Someday” a perfect line many of us writers have used over and over again as we think about events in our lives.  Well, Dana Alison Levy followed up on it and wrote a humorous … Continue reading

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Weeding the Garden: Returning to writing

The garden is in – well the veggies are. There are a few flowering plants that still need to find a home and there is plenty of weeding to do. As a gardener we know there is always plenty of … Continue reading

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The Coming of March-the need to focus

I have written for the March Slice of Life Challenge for several years now. I started writing when I was in the classroom teaching every day. I was writing when I was teaching and my Mother was declining in health … Continue reading

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