Writing

WOD Challenge 5-11-20 Novice Writer

Novice Writer   I'm still a novice when it comes to putting my Words on a Page Struggling daily to say something sage Digging deeply to find my one muse What are the perfect words to use? Maybe someday they’ll come with more ease Amuse, inspire, tease, or appease Might they be helpful, useful, or… Continue reading WOD Challenge 5-11-20 Novice Writer

Writing

Crimson’s Creative Challenge #76 A Tree of My Own

In response to Tien Skye’s CCC #76:   My own photo of a tree similar to his, located in a park close to me. I’m so glad I was inspired to get off the trail that day and take a few pics inside the park, or I would not have had this answering photo. ———————————————————————… Continue reading Crimson’s Creative Challenge #76 A Tree of My Own

Writing

WOD Challenge 1-22-20 Guide

"Lord, guide my hands and words today."   I'm supposed to be working in my new office, yet here I sit on the couch because my dear hubby forgot to retrieve the heater from under his workbench in the garage (and I forgot to remind him). Ugh. However, oh happy day, my heated office chair is… Continue reading WOD Challenge 1-22-20 Guide

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Plowing Ahead-JusJoJan and SoCS 1-4-20

Plowing Ahead So, I am really getting in the groove and sticking to my commitment to write every day, prompts like Linda G Hill's really help keep me motivated! I have been writing on both my blogs, and Medium. I vowed to write more and also to figure out how to at least replace the… Continue reading Plowing Ahead-JusJoJan and SoCS 1-4-20

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Crimson’s Creative Challenge #37

Paradise Heading back to the condo for my margarita, my umbrella was already set up and waiting for my return. My beach bag I left on my beach chair since the crowds were thin that day. Once I returned, I set my frosty, delicious beverage in the chair cup holder, rubbed my body down with… Continue reading Crimson’s Creative Challenge #37