Monthly Archives: June 2009
Marilyn and Annie, two blogging friends. My drawer was #28. My fortune: “Quiet perseverance will bring lasting happiness.” Garden Umbrella Marilyn shows us how to make the tea. See the fairy sized black tea cup? The tall skinny upside … Continue reading
Hey! I actually did 75% of my goals this week. Hooray for me. This Past week’s goals: 1. Changes on MG writing from May’s discussion. 2. Revisions to the two poems for submission. Send to writing group in prep of Wed. … Continue reading
Last year the garden went fallow. Too tired from grueling pursuit of national board certification and taking off on a road trip as soon as school finished. But this year, I started seeds the beginning of May (wished I had done … Continue reading
Today’s prompt at One Single Impression is “walls” What walls do you have? Real? Imagined? wall, a phantasm between siblings, hands reach out grasp, collide, forgive talk over coffee brick order cancelled For more, visit here.
I committed myself to the “Summer Revision Smackdown Challenge” two weeks ago. The first week, well, I didn’t state my goals and the only revising I did was in my head. This week’s goals: 1. To make the changes based … Continue reading
It has been a wild and crazy weekend! Friday night was the Portland “5th Friday: Kidlit Drink Night and Silent Auction for Bridget Zinn”. The “5th Friday” idea was Bridget’s. (The Portland area children’s lit and YA writers and illustrators have … Continue reading