Writing Prompt: A walk in the woods helps me relax and release tension. The fact that I am dragging a body should be completely irrelevant. Time: 30 minutes Editing: No. Posted as is. *************************** A walk in the woods helps me relax and release tension. The fact that I am dragging a body should be … Continue reading A walk in the woods helps me relax and release tension.
This weekend didn't stop. It had some really great high points and some really low low points. A quick touch on the positive! Jeremy worked Saturday morning and I got to sleep in. There was a quick work lunch followed by some afternoon disc golf. Met up with Stacey to head to Lowell, MA for … Continue reading I am glad all weekends aren’t like this!
Today is the First of November. I have set a challenge for myself to post daily for the entire month. I also challenged Kris over at Healthy Livings a Bitch to post daily as well. Here we go!I never have been a daily food photographer and I don't plan to start now. If I make … Continue reading Day 1: Challenge Accepted
Here is what has been written since the last post and now. I am currently behind par on my word count. Today I hope to narrow the gap drastically today.**********He put his flashlight back in his pocket, explaining there was enough light coming in from outside to light our way. Upon entering the attic, I … Continue reading NaNoWriMo – The Pearl Necklace – Part 2
Some of the stories are based on my own personal experiences.**********Have you ever wondered how you would react if you came face to face with a ghost? No? Jessica didn't either. Truth be told, she wasn't really sure she believed in them at all. That all changed the night she met Mark. Tall, dark, broody, … Continue reading NaNoWriMo – The Pearl Necklace – Part 1
It is November 1st! To anyone who likes to write, whether seriously or not, this is it, the best time to write!November is National Novel Writing Month, NaNoWriMo! The deal to win? Write 50,000 words. No, not writing the same word, sentence, or paragraph over and over and over. To write an original story, in … Continue reading NaNoWriMo Time of Year!
So while I didn't even come close to the 50,000 words necessary to win NaNoWriMo, I did come up with close to 10,000. I am continuing to work on the story, but here is what I accomplished during NaNoWriMo. When I get another large chunk, I will share!**************************The experience that led me to where I … Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2009
“I am never baby-sitting for the Fisk’s again!” Kelly thought to herself as she hurried home along the snow covered sidewalk. “I was supposed to have been home at three. They didn’t even apologize for being so late, and then, on top of that, they didn’t even pay me! Just pushed me out the door … Continue reading Frozen Bitterness
She stepped off the bus into the hot sunA bag over her shoulderA book in her hand With one look from me she ranStraight into my arms, dropping everythingSqueezing me tight Without a sound, we climbed into my carWindows open to let the hot breeze pass usSlowing to see our old hometown “My dad left … Continue reading Friends