Have you ever asked a writer, someone who writes prolifically whether for money or for joy, if they ever read? You will find that good writers read all the time. I am a voracious reader. I average 20 to 25 books a month when I am not at a peak training period for a race.… Continue reading Reading and Writing
April is National Poetry Month. In honor I am posting links to some of my own poetry I have published on here previously. Also, here is a haiku I composed as I ran today. the sun shines brightly wind blows white clouds hard ‘cross blue sky blocking sun from our sight What Do You… Continue reading National Poetry Month
This is an entry based on Making Things Up’s six word Friday. Enjoy. Visit Melissa to find more Six Word Friday entries. Not sure who I might be Constantly changing my life and me Running fast as my feet go Stopping to smell flowers on roadside Writing as best I can daily
What do you do when a friend is hurting But won’t let you console her? What do you do when a friend is down But won’t let you help him smile? What do you do when a friend is hungry But won’t let you feed him? What do you do when a friend is thirsty… Continue reading What Do You Do?
two people coming together holding tight
The sun peaks over the hills Rays pour into my kitchen I sit with hot coffee, Contemplating my day The longing for peace and quiet The longing for time to write my words The longing for time to share with friends The longing for a perfect day The sun brightens I write but not my… Continue reading Lust
This post is in response the Five for Ten challenge at Momalom.com. H olding on but loosely enough to let go when needed A ttitude of gratefulness P leasing to yourself and others P utting yourself on the same level as others I is a necessity in happiness N ot ignoring needs but not giving… Continue reading Happiness