Tag Archives: emotion

The Problem With Prolific

Since I was a pre-teen, and emotions swept through me like the raging storm they were, I wrote. There is hardly an extended period of time I can remember, except when life was boringly easy, that I wasn’t expressing myself … Continue reading

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At Least For Today!

The bad news is this WRITING 101 challenge has been (close to) a complete bust (I have managed to get a challenge or two completed, but not much more). The good news however – is that I’m close enough to … Continue reading

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Give and Take

Jun 10, 2014 Writing 101, Day Seven: Give and Take Focus today’s post on the contrast between two things. The twist? Write the post in the form of a dialogue. “No,” she said. “But why, Ma? Isn’t life worth it?” “Not … Continue reading

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A Room with a View (Or Just a View)

Writing 101, Day Two: A Room with a View (Or Just a View) In a word: flowers. Whether part of a grand garden structure (think Botanical Gardens or any beautiful gardens you’ve ever seen like Jardin des Plantes in Paris) … Continue reading

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Unblock The Mind

Writing 101, Unblock The Mind It’s not my mind that feels blocked, it’s my time. It has been hi-jacked into many (many!) diverging and interesting directions and I can’t keep up. Happy, sad, annoying, financial, familial, all types of occurrences … Continue reading

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Life On Sugar Alley

This is the title of the novel that I would write if I were to begin writing one this morning. It popped into my head in the kitchen, at 8:50, while I was feeding my cat and sipping a cup … Continue reading

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Doctor What?!?

So a few weeks ago, due to reasons I shall not get in to, I began to see a D.O. (Doctor of Osteopathy). Look it up. I’m not much on labels, more into the person behind them. So this guy … Continue reading

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