Liebster Award

A few days ago, I was fortunate enough to receive a nomination for the Liebster Blog Award. I am excited to get started, so here are the rules. Rules Thank your nominator and provide a link to their blog Post the award on your blog – as a widget, in a category, as long asContinue reading “Liebster Award”

Road Notes: Savannah

Savannah was many things. Much more than the Spanish moss I went there to see. It was a waterfront, with a wide open park. People sat upon the benches, twisting palms in their hands, calling out to us. The muddy river wound lazily by, only interrupted by the ferry.  A Child circled a monument ofContinue reading “Road Notes: Savannah”

Blog post ideas

  These days, there is infinite information at our fingertips.  There are  many incredible resources for writers. There are awesome groups, on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Looking for fun writing prompts, I discovered so many great ones. Many are things I would never think of, but thought provoking and fun. I wanted to share someContinue reading “Blog post ideas”

Goals for 18

So we are  just over a week  into the New Year. It is funny, how much hype there is going into the end of the year. Yet as we pass into the New Year, it simply disappears. Honestly I am not a fan of the holidays. I prefer the quiet calmness that meets us inContinue reading “Goals for 18”

A Change of Heart.

I hope that this finds you in good spirits. First off, Happy New Year!  I hope that you all had a great 2017. I am writing here to announce something exciting. I will be returning to this blog.  I enjoyed being part of the community here, and I want to return. I didn’t realize howContinue reading “A Change of Heart.”

Struggles and Plans

I had a grand plan. I was so proud of myself during November, because I finished my novel early. The plan was to take the holidays off, and then afterward jump into editing. January first came around and I jumped in. Yet about a week everything stalled. Editing is incredible difficult, yet this seemed impossible.Continue reading “Struggles and Plans”

Meetinghouse Night

The dirt drive leads as it always has to The Meetinghouse. Many years ago the townsfolk took the building and swiveled it using man power and teams of oxen. While it has been turned, the building still stands on the top of the hill near the graveyard. It still stands on its footprint, but itContinue reading “Meetinghouse Night”