Time to act like a cat--and pause. Have you ever noticed it doesn't matter to a cat where it rests or naps? Or when or on what piece of furniture? Or in what position--belly up, draping its legs this way and that? Oh, to be so relaxed that it doesn't matter. We humans live under too … Continue reading Time to Act Like a Cat–and Pause
Where did I put that? Have you ever misplaced something? And then months later or maybe years have passed by, and guess what? You can't remember where you put that treasured item. Then you panic! On the evening of September 10, 2018, I found myself in a quandary. Husband Bob had left for his weekly … Continue reading When Panic Sets In
Writing often requires a quiet, solitary space. Today I'm sharing my husband's gift to me of my own writing room as suggested by Virginia Woolf.
Memoir Writing's Toll. Memoir writing is often a long and arduous journey. Sometimes it takes a toll on the writer in a variety of ways. There is the debate over what family members will think or do. The writer questions the truth of what he/she is writing. This questioning brings into consideration just how much … Continue reading Deconstruction and Reconstruction of My Memoir
An incredible news dump consistently comes at us via TV broadcasts, the Internet, radio, social media, and in overheard conversations in restaurants or on the bus or train. Every now and then why not focus on news relating to things we enjoy. Like writing, music, reading, technology and more. Here are a few articles for … Continue reading News Bites: Writing, Books, and Tech Stuff