Breaks in writing 

So I went on a writing bender and welll… I’m burnt…..out…..stuck…..writers block. Whatever. I’ve found that these stumbling blocks aren’t actually about my writing process but the interruptions in the flow. Let me explain. I’m chugging alone, the stuff is flowing through me like BUTTAH…..then it happens. I get stressed over something, someone dumps their problems on my door and or I’m off in another direct and the flow just slows to a trickle. Life happens. Oh I could go way off the grid, isolate my self, realign my chi and get at it. But is that good, healthy, stable? … Continue reading Breaks in writing 

Did You Brush Your Teeth?

Originally posted on Jeremy Affeldt:
It can get pretty comical when one of my sons gets caught doing something, and he lies about it. The other night I put my son to bed and I asked him, “Did you brush your teeth?” “Yes,” he said. So I asked him, “When? When did you brush your teeth? Remember, I’ve been downstairs with you all evening. Then I walked you up to your bedroom. I put you in your pajamas, and you jumped in bed. In all that time, you never brushed your teeth. So let me ask you again: Did you… Continue reading Did You Brush Your Teeth?

Glow Baby Glow

Originally posted on Kelsy Shaffor Photography:
“Stolen moments” create a feeling of enjoyment in our “intensive time” awareness. The glow and the intensity of those instants can guide us throughout a whole lifetime. They can expose a second or a third dimension of the daily events and shed an expounding light on all the little details we encounter. (“Stolen moments” )” ― Erik Pevernagie Continue reading Glow Baby Glow

Black & White

Originally posted on Kelsy Shaffor Photography:
“Black and white are the colors of photography. To me they symbolize the alternatives of hope and despair to which mankind is forever subjected” – Robert Frank  Dating back to the Titanic era, one of the most historical moments in time, captured in black and white. John F. Kennedy having a tea party with his daughter, Mona Lisa being returned to its home in Paris, World War 2, World War 1 … and so many more. When I come across a black and white photo, I gather different emotions. It sets a tone, ranging from… Continue reading Black & White

Veered off….

I’ve not posted in a while as I was having a relationship with my laptop. I’ve been inspired to write and instead of fighting it, I went with it; like a boat drifting with the current. I’ve gotten some major words on paper. As an aspiring writer that’s important right? The next step is to lay my soul bare for someone to critique. Am I ready to do that? I’m not sure. Opening yourself to be criticized or praised is nerve wracking and requires tough skin. This will require me to stand in the edge of the cliff and willingly … Continue reading Veered off….