If you’re a creature of habit like me, you might agree that routine is our groove. It gives rhyme and reason to our day. Our routine seems to set everything right in our little world. But what happens when our little world shifts? What happens when our routine collides with possibility? Possibility wrapped in the … Continue reading Routine
Sometimes the path forward is standing still and letting God speak. Listen. He will make it clear.
Letting my creative juices flow on this Twenty Words Tuesday: “Don’t let me fall!” The ledge began to crumble in my grasp. Then I heard Him whisper, “Just let go.”
Since it’s Sunday, I guess this would be last week’s Twenty Words Tuesday ...but better late than never! Their image had been carefully crafted but the facade was crumbling. Their secrets being exposed, a model family no more.
Back at it with Twenty Words Tuesday...and actually on a Tuesday this time! Today’s word is Self-Love. The bump on her nose. The point of her chin. The freckles on her face. She finally loved her reflection.
Giving it another whirl. This week’s word prompt is ‘Ghost’ He was a ghost of his former self, his face devoid of any emotion. Yet she refused to lose hope.
Writing Prompt: Advice to someone with a broken heart Maybe you weren't meant to stay.Perhaps there were complex layers your heart couldn't comprehend,And in your quest to become savior you would instead become prey.
Writing Prompt: Interrupted by a chapter of loathing Her mirror once reflected a distorted truth Skin too dark Hair too coarse Nose too big Distortion born of comparisons Fed by erroneous standards Created by inferior minds Her beautiful book of Life Interrupted by a chapter of loathing
Small Island by Andrea Levy and I'm now on a mission to read every single one of her books. Very seldom am I drawn to a book after seeing the movie adaptation but when Small Island aired on PBS (yes, I'm a public television junkie-PBS Kids, Masterpiece Classics, Independent Lens, American Experience...I love it all... … Continue reading Just Read…
Ever had a conversation with someone who went on and on and on? Your eyes sort of glaze over and you begin to hear the voice of Charlie Brown's teacher "Wha, wha, wha." Well I don't want the same to happen when someone reads my work. Brevity is key. Keep it simple and direct. I've … Continue reading Short and Simple