Tag Archives: Writing
This time of year in the southern U.S., weather is a mixed bag. We could get cool and rainy, warm with tornado and severe thunderstorms, or we could skip springlike temps and go straight to summer hot. This year we’ve … Continue reading
I confess…I can’t NOT edit as I write. That’s right. I used a double negative, on purpose. Decades of typing and self-edit backspace/re-type actions have rendered me unable to leave the uglies on the page and move forward. I’m not … Continue reading
My how the times have changed. I’m on Petit Fours and Hot Tamales today talking about Author Tools Then and Now. Click the link, come on over and join in the discussion.
“Bump me, Daddy.” My feet have barely touched down in powdery soft dirt dotted with ant lion dens when I ask. Perhaps I say it twice, a little begging in the second request due to the fact he’s had a long work week and is hungry because the pastor was long-winded. Continue reading
I’m a visual learner and one of those people who recalls things much easier if I’ve written it down or seen it written down. So recently I was playing around with a program called Scrivener because it has a nifty … Continue reading
In contemplating this post, I started drawing correlations between fast-paced writing and a puppy’s rapid changes. I’m sure you can tell from past and present photos, but Sophie’s looks are rapidly changing. Sophie’s changes aren’t all physical. Every day is … Continue reading
I wrote the paragraph below in 2011, saved it as a draft and promptly forgot it (Circa 2011) Status for the garden this time last year: Gawd, its been h.o.t. here. So hot Hubby and I had to escape to Florida … Continue reading
I’m blogging on PFHT today about Camp NaNoWriMo, goals, craziness and a cute badge. No, not the one here, but even cuter! Come on over and weigh in.
Puppy update! Here’s Sophie as she looked on Monday. Compared to two weeks before: Can you tell a difference? I can. Her ears are longer as is her body, the shape of her head is more Spaniel defined and her fur … Continue reading