This week’s been tough for writing. All the usual suspects raised their ugly little heads. The excuses: emergencies, distractions, fatigue, pain, stress (real and imagined), etc. left me with blank pages. Even my prompts didn’t inspire me. Then a few nights ago I saw this prompt “Own It!” Continue reading “Own It!”
Friends keep reminding me of the lessons I’m learning. I am glad they read my Blog! Thank you! This week I started thinking about the posts about play, and how it can change my attitude. Lately there hasn’t been a lot of time to play. Continue reading “Pirate Heart”
I’m thinking I need to wrap up some lessons learned from my travels this month. It’s amazing what I learn about myself when I step outside my cozy comfort zone and open my mind to the world around me. Continue reading “Tripping and Traveling”
My box is my home, work, and the area in which I live. For the most part, it’s warm, cozy and comfortable in my box. I have lived and worked in this area for most of my life. As you know my dreams take me outside this cozy known area into other parts of the world. This means I must literally travel outside my comfort zones. Continue reading “Traveling Outside the Box”
I don’t know about you but my years seem to have themes. It’s something like in Ecclesiastes, chapter 3. Last year I knew right away it was a year to prepare, as in “a time to plant” Eccl. 3:2 NAB. Other years I don’t figure out the theme until the year is over. And some years, like 2017, I’m a little slow on the uptake. But, I think I figured it out this morning. I’m feeling “The Year of Getting It Done.” It’s the other side of the phrase Eccl. 3:2: “a time to uproot the plant” Continue reading “2017 The Year of Getting It Done”
I tried to start a post on Wednesday and ran head-first into writers’ block. Nothing would gel at lunch on Thursday. Really Milly! Then, yesterday was one typically wild day for me in my realm. I knew it was going to be.
Halloween shows and decorations have me thinking about my little slice of the world. It is amazing how much of our life can be described in tales and analogies. I love stories and tales. So I’m going to peek inside my little brain and spin a tale about Milly.