Tag Archives: SOL14
SOl14: NaPoWriMo Day 29: Late Spring
In response to a prompt at The Miss Rumphius Effect. The model for this poem was Marilyn Singer’s What Water Can Be (from How to Cross a Pond: poems about water) Late Spring Late spring deluge begins Rain, pelting Cloudburst … Continue reading
NaPoWriMo Day 26: Making Up for Lost Time
Well, I did not account for how wiped out I would be on Tuesday, April 22 after directing three performances of “Mowgli, Boy of the Jungle.” I missed SOL14 on Tuesday. I haven’t missed in a long time. I … Continue reading
SOL: National Poetry Month
Thanks to the fabulous people at Two Writing Teachers for providing a place for the writing community to gather. For National Poetry Month, I’ll be sharing poetry drafts in different poetry forms. Today’s poem, a Fibonacci poem: Rain Rain … Continue reading
SOLSC Day 31: Day 31, How Can That Be?
Thirty one days of writing, sharing, and reading slices at Two Writing Teachers. Wow! I made it. I posted everyday. I commented everyday. And I made a point to respond to comments which is new for me. I didn’t keep … Continue reading
SOLSC Day 25: One Week To Go
Thirty-one days of writing, reading, and sharing slices at Two Writing Teachers. Here it is, seven days until we finish the challenge. I made this list on day one. Decided to check in and see how I am doing with … Continue reading
SOLSC Day 21: End of Day Rainbow
Thirty-one days of writing, reading, and sharing at Two Writing Teachers. Our district has a challenge regarding substitutes. Like there aren’t enough to cover many days. Especially when district training is occurring. Today I arrived at school only to find … Continue reading
SOLSC Day 15: Happy Birthday, Brother
Every day for thirty-one days I‘ll share a slice and read others at Two Reading Teachers My brother, circa late 60’s. Today’s my brother’s birthday. He’s three years younger than me (and if you know my age; you can do … Continue reading
SOLSC Day 13: Bring Your “A Game”
Every day for thirty-one days I‘ll share a slice and read others at Two Writing Teachers.
SOLSC Day 11: What’s Your Writing Ritual?
Every day for thirty-one days I‘ll share a slice and read others at Two Writing Teachers There has been several discussions on the web and at Facebook about writing rituals over the last couple of weeks. Today I read about … Continue reading
SOLSC Day 3: Sunday Afternoon
Rainy Sunday afternoon. I gather with ten others for a little master class in creating setting by Susan Blackaby. We sit around a wooden table with notebooks and favorite pens. Prompts are given. For the first prompt, I draw a … Continue reading