Fearless Writing Challenge, Day 85: Let’s Do the Time Warp Again…

Oh you guys…I am still sick. #wahhh I sound like I am a two-pack a day smoker and my throat feels like I smoke too. PLUS it’s been a hectic day on the family front – a little extra drama that is not mine to share. I will say it seems all is well, but, […]

Fearless Writing Challenge; day’s 81/82: Post-vacation let down

I thought perhaps I would feel re-invigorated after vacation. That maybe the time spent totally in the present, not worrying about the dogs or laundry or dishes would allow space for inspiration to break through.  Nope.  It did let in space for a cold, though.  So, I’m taking a break. I’m in the middle of […]

Fearless Writing Challenge, Day 33: What Do You See When You Look In the Mirror?

What do you see when you look in the mirror? For me, it depends on the day. For example, today I see someone old and not particularly pretty. Not that the two go together – not at all what I am saying. I think you can be older and be gorgeous – like Helen Mirren, […]

Fearless Writing Challenge; Day 21: 30 Facts About Me

Yesterday’s post was called Ask Me Anything.  Thank you to those who have posed questions! I will answer them tomorrow, promise! In the meantime, here are a few thirty random facts about me: My mom was 18 when she had me. She was pregnant when she graduated from high school. My dad was a college student. […]

Fearless Writing Challenge Day 19: When Will You Remember Me?

I hope you remember me when you see pink roses or smell strong coffee. And of course you will think of me when you hear someone speaking French, or you stand on the Eiffel Tower and are still enough to feel the sway of the floor beneath you and the Parisian wind in your hair. Of course […]

Fearless Writing Challenge; Day 15, page 4

But get brighter it did. After so much pain. Childbirth was the most painful thing you had ever been through. They did not lie about that. They could not have told you enough about the pain. Recommendation after recommendation to get the epidural as soon as you can. Forget natural childbirth, they said. It is […]