For my 100th blog post of 2020, I wanted to share a bit about my WordPress writing experience, and say a huge thanks to some folks who have been integral in my journey...
Don’t Turn My Picture Down
Don't turn my picture down - I promised I'd be here through the worst of it
Tea is at Four
"...tea is at four. There's plenty of it. You are welcome any time. Don't bother knocking!" -Bilbo Baggins
End of Summer Poetry Thank You
I wanted to share a huge thank you to KaylaAnn for hosting the End of Summer Poetry Contest! It was an honor to be considered next to such incredible writers, I was truly blessed by the opportunity to participate.
Thank You, Daily Post
From the bottom of my heart, thank you Daily Post for being the springboard for my blog, my emotional health, and my fire as a writer. You will be missed, you have done very well. Thank you.
Go Dog Go Café: Tuesday Writing Prompt Challenge
Good morning friends, As you may or may not know, I am a Barista for Go Dog Go Café. Today, we have our Tuesday Writing Prompt Challenge. As someone generally new to writing, I love partaking in these types of prompts, and I encourage you to take a leap and participate. Describe your life story... Continue Reading →
Hey! I guess I did a thing! I want to apologize to anyone who has nominated me for an award that I have not responded to, because it truly does mean a lot to me any time anyone takes the time to peruse my writing, let alone to recognize me for it. I don't know... Continue Reading →
A Bereft Aristocracy – The Naught
"No, I'm sorry sir. That simply won't do!" Rutherford always made a fuss when getting fitted for a suit, "The cummerbund is too tight and doesn't match my ascot! It isn't passable in the slightest! The banquet is tomorrow, and I can assure you that Lady Astonia shan't pardon me, therefore I shan't pardon you!... Continue Reading →
The Piper’s Flue – The Aught (so far)
The following is the folding story "The Piper's Flute" as it has been written so far. It is turning out to be my favorite tale being constructed by The Community. Please read and consider adding a few lines to the tales being told in The Aught or The Naught. SayerTeller: The rain began to poor... Continue Reading →