Day five of Sara Crawford's 30 Day Writing Challenge actually incorporates a device I use quite often. I'm visually driven when it comes to inspiration, which explains my love of photography. Today's instructions are to choose a picture (there are several included in the book) and write something based on your reflections of that photo. … Continue reading Day Five: Pictures
This is going to hurt. A lot. For those of you just tuning in, I'm making a blog extravaganza of Sara Crawford's The 30 Day Writing Challenge. "Another problem I see for beginning writers is that they worry so much about being bad that they are afraid to write at all. If you can relate to … Continue reading Day Two: Break All the Rules
We have four fantastically personalitied dogs, two large and two small. They are a source of constant entertainment, love, scorn, frustration, laughter, and anything else you can pull out of the emotional bag. We love them immensely. After my daily visits to Dog-shaming.com, I decided to bring down the "wrath" on our own fur beasts. … Continue reading Dog Shaming: Version – My House
This is where I spew truthiness at you. I have zero inspiration for blogging this week. That being said, I shall now share with you the vile culprits of time suckage that have been distracting me as of late. Prime Suspect: Facebook. That asshole. Suspect A: Dog-shaming. I mean, really. Dog owners take a photo of … Continue reading Duchess of the Time Suck: You’re Welcome.
At one time, I hosted karaoke shows at our friend's bar and I was what some folks would call The KJ (like DJ only for karaoke). I love to sing, regardless of my skill, and I love seeing other people have a great time. After a while, I decided it was more fun in the … Continue reading I am Powerless to the Karaoke