I'm continuing to use the 20 days of prompts from Writing: Finding Everyday Inspiration, (a WordPress Blogging U e-course) as jumping off points for my posts. Today's prompt is to have a virtual cup of tea with you, so here it goes! If we were having tea right now I would tell you that . . … Continue reading If we were having tea right now . . .
Last week my husband and I went camping in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park. We walked along the paved paths with the summer tourist masses to see the main attractions (The General Sherman Tree, The General Grant Tree, Moro Rock), but my best memories are from when we went for hikes off the paved … Continue reading Get off the well-paved path for a while
I find it hard to know what to write during times like these when each day reveals another act of inhumanity. But to not address how deeply horrible many of the things going on in the world are also feels wrong. For me, the Eli Stone quote above is one way to move through overwhelm … Continue reading Use your gifts
Dearest human being, Here's what I can teach you about life today. Everything has a beginning, a middle and an end. A spring, summer, fall and winter. A waxing and a waning cycle. An ebb and a flow. It's been that way for as long as I can remember. Don't fight it. It's our way. … Continue reading A Note from Nature
As I've been working my way through 20 days of prompts from Writing: Finding Everyday Inspiration, a WordPress Blogging U e-course, and getting my blogging groove back, I'm reminded of all the things I need to do to get my fingers on the keyboard each day. Some days are easy, but most days there are … Continue reading Navigating Creativity’s “Prickles”