There are very few blogs I read. I’ll apologize now if you think I’ve been reading your blog. Chances are I haven’t but I’ll put the blame squarely on the shoulders of my attention span–it’s much shorter on a computer as I prefer to read books. Oddly enough, a book in my hand doesn’t suffer… Continue reading Text. Love.
I must admit that my 6 Word Days homework got forgotten numerous times until one of my online friends I’ve never met, Estrella Azul, joined in and said she would play with me. Having someone to interact in this game is very important otherwise I’m sending random words out to the Twitterverse, and truth be… Continue reading 6 Word Days: Making It a Habit to Play
When given the homework of doing something artistic, I never thought I would actually follow-through. In fact, I gave myself permission to skip this exercise because when I say that I’m a terrible drawer/painter/Play-doh sculpture maker, I’m not being humble, I’m being accurate. However, I decided to give it the old college try. Feeling somewhat… Continue reading Maybe I Should Have Fingerpainted Instead
The one and only New Year’s Commitment I made to myself was to write in my blog at least twice per week. I’ve been collecting ideas on how to do that over the course of the last couple months and now comes the time to implement them. The first idea is to follow the book… Continue reading A 2016 Commitment Rather Than A Resolution
I’ll be the first to admit that writing anything is not coming to me easily this year. I’m not sure what happened but it’s like the well is completely dry, and I’m not really all that thirsty. I did manage, however, to play a game called 6-word days inspired by Judy Clement Wall in her… Continue reading 6-Word Day for 7 Days