Continuing my floral-themed somewhat frivolous blog posts (frivolous only because they don’t take long to write, but not in terms of the beauty of these plants), here are a couple … Continue reading Hosta
The lily crop has been tremendous this year. One after another the lilies in our yard have been taking turns blooming. I’ve been waiting a week to see how the … Continue reading Tiger Lily
I’m finding that my Loft online writing class isn’t taking as much time as I expected it would, which is a good thing. The Loft is obviously considerate of the fact that those of us taking its classes (especially the online ones) have lots of other obligations in our lives and need to fit our writing in where we can. I’m enjoying the class immensely and learning helpful ideas regarding plotting novels and stories, which is very much the point of the class. Even though the class is not taking lots and lots of time, while I’m involved with it, my posts here will be light and frivolous. Here, then, for your edification, is our curious puppy. (Yes, he’s 5 years old, so technically not a puppy, but he’ll always be a puppy to us.)
The yellow lily is blooming and, OMG, it smells deeeee-vine!
Over the next couple of months, my blog may be on pause, and for very good reason. I have signed up for an online class offered by The Loft Literary … Continue reading Blog on Pause
My reading of Twyla Tharp’s “The Creative Habit” continues. I am loving this book. Tharp has an approachable writing style and loads of good exercises for stretching your creativity. It’s … Continue reading Go Ahead, Scratch the Same Place Twice
I wrote this in my personal journal back in May and because it relates to online reading, thought it might be useful posted here. 5/4/2015 Read an article yesterday(?)/recently on … Continue reading Self-Help in a Different Guise