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So, the old blog turns 2 today. Cake balls for everyone!
I’m going to try something new. Something that scares the shit out of me. I’m going to share with you a bit of the first chapter of my WIP. Why? Because it’s time to take another step outside my comfort … Continue reading
At the beginning of the year, I decided to participate in the Embarrassment of Riches reading challenge hosted by author Patricia Burroughs. The goal of the challenge is to make a dent in that stack of books I have been … Continue reading
On Saturday, I surpassed my Camp NaNoWriMo goal by 4K+ words. That means I won. Yippee! Time for a celebration. Tequila and Ren Faire, it is. Don’t judge me. So, now it’s over. The euphoria that comes with accomplishment is … Continue reading
I’m as busy as a bee in a bluebonnet field, working to win Camp NaNoWriMo. I can see the finish line dancing on the horizon.
All of my spare writing minutes have been devoted to my Camp NaNo project, so the blog has suffered. However, I thought I would share this delicate beauty from my last trip to the Dallas Arboretum. I think it’s an … Continue reading
I needed a little alone time today, so I loaded up my camera gear, grabbed a notebook and schlepped into the city. My destination? The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens, of course. I spent this beautiful spring Sunday meandering through … Continue reading
After a hair-raising week capped off by an unwelcome visit from old man winter, I think a little color is in order. Enjoy.
So, I made it through ten days of Camp NaNoWriMo virtually unscathed. Seriously, nary a scratch. I have surpassed the 10K mark, rounded the corner of my first turning point, and am quickly closing in on 11K words written. A … Continue reading
Another gorgeous weekend is so close I can almost reach out and touch it.
Last June, I turned forty. A dubious milestone no woman strives to achieve but like most unpleasant things in life, aging is completely unavoidable. I took it on the chin. I didn’t take to my bed in a blubbering fit … Continue reading
I have been sitting here all morning avoiding my WIP by sifting through some old photos I shot last spring. I can’t wait for everything to bloom again. Here are few of the more interesting ones. Enjoy. The bee is … Continue reading
“Proof brevity does not protect against dullness.” – Jonny Lee Miller as Sherlock Holmes in regard to Twitter. I learned this week… …that I don’t have to worry about those pesky little logarithms, after all. My Historical Geology professor announced … Continue reading
I am writing an action scene today. Leo Baxter is tracking an Albanian through the dark alleyways of east London. Little does he know, in about ten minutes he will become the hunted and end up in a dank cell … Continue reading
“The wisest are the most annoyed at the loss of time.” – Dante Alighieri This week I learned: …that there were a few notable anniversaries: My favorite novel Pride & Prejudice was first published 200 years ago (January 27, … Continue reading
My dad passed away almost six years ago. Today would have been his birthday. In celebration, I’m sharing with you a few of his favorite songs – songs that make me feel close to him. Enjoy.
I learned this week: …that Historical Geology is not going to be a cake walk. From the course material: “The study of sedimentary rocks can involve many scientific disciplines. Considerable knowledge of mathematics, biology, and physics is required to fully … Continue reading
“Some people see the glass half full. Others see it half empty. I see a glass that’s twice as big as it needs to be.” – George Carlin I learned during the holidays… …that snow on Christmas is nice. Lingering … Continue reading