Monthly Archives: June 2013

Sitting Down to Write with a Cup of Tea

My daisy mug I’ve had this mug since the year 2003. I remember this because at the time I was working (however briefly) at a sleepy little resort in a secluded area of the Rocky Mountains. Days off were few … Continue reading

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CRAZY ADORABLE FANTASTICAL KITTIES!!!

“Everyone has that one friend…” I’ll write a real post soon, I promise! But in the mean time, aren’t these the cutest cats EVER?? Came across it on the SPCA Facebook page. I haven’t decided if I’m the crazy kitty … Continue reading

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Dramatic Interpretations of Facebook – Middle Schoolers

Have you seen this video yet?? I know it’s over a year old, but it still makes me giggle. It’s a dramatic interpretation by NavySealsofComedy of an actual conversation found on Facebook between some kids in seventh grade. I wasn’t … Continue reading

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Change—Resistance is Futile

Originally posted on Kristen Lamb's Blog:
Change is scary. Okay, TERRIFYING. Yet, as writers, we should seek to always be pushing ourselves to the next level. It makes us stronger. Makes us grow. But, there are a few things…

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Convos With My 2 Year Old – Episode 1

Have you seen these adorable videos by the aptly named “ConvosWith2YrOld” on Youtube? There are so far only three videos, and they are hilarious. Matthew Clarke plays himself as the father and the videos are re-enactments of actual conversations he’s … Continue reading

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Is it in the Details? Character and Setting Names

What’s in a name? That which we call a rose, by any other name would smell as sweet. In my last post, inspired by the daily prompt, I talked about name meanings and how internet “research” led me to one eerily accurate … Continue reading

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