What if I hadn’t been born?
Happy Library Lover’s Day! Well, technically it’s not until Monday (along with St. Valentine’s Day,) but since I don’t blog on Mondays, I figured that you could get a quick start on some of my favorite books/authors. First, I would like to list a little known, newer author. She came to speak at a localContinue reading “Are You a Library Lover?”
I have no idea who I am. I have no idea what is expected of me. I have no idea how to respond to the atrocities which present themselves. Where do the lines go that you imprint on yourself? Where do they lead? Is it significant their numbers? Is it significant that they’re increasing? OnContinue reading “No Idea”
One bullet. Gun. So much silence.
When I was a child my father had a horrible temper. In fact, he had some pieces to fix in his workshop that he had damaged or broken altogether from said temper. This lovely tradition continued into my own marriage when my lovely ex-husband hurled a crystal salt shaker at the oven and shattered theContinue reading “A Hard-Learned Lesson”
This is just a simple reminder post. Don’t forget to enter the “It was a dark and stormy night” challenge! Story endings must be submitted by Thursday night. Good luck!
Isolate her. She will never escape.
Counted Crosstich is what I’m talking about. Have you ever heard of it or done it? I remember back when I was a little girl my mom and older sister working on projects of this sort. I learned how and even did some nice pieces, but nothing like they did! Just a couple of weeksContinue reading “Stitching with Crosses”
I am challenging you to come up with a funny, scary, or some other emotion, ending for this very famous beginning line! It is the “It was a Dark and Stormy Night Challenge!” Here is my entry: “It was a dark and stormy night.” She had forgotten to put up her car windows. Darn! So,Continue reading “It was a Dark and Stormy Night…Challenge”
“Where are you?” No one answered.