Daily Blog Challenge: Day 15 – What Makes You Happy?

First off…what the heck? I can’t seem to stay on track with this one blog post a day thing! Here we are, it’s only the 16th and I am already off track! Grrr…#whatswrongwithme I’m amazed I was able to write a poem every single day last year – trying to keep up with this little […]

Daily Blog Challenge Day 3: My Favorite Movies

My Favorite Movies Today’s challenge should be pretty easy – I don’t have a long list of favorite movies. I know some poeple like to watch a certain movie over and over again. I am not one of those people. Rarely do I watch a movie more than once. What’s the point, when there are […]

Fearless Writing Challenge, Day 76: Day One in Las Vegas

I love getting on a plane. It doesn’t matter where I am going – honestly! I even got excited about flying to Waco, Texas decades ago – way before /Fixer Upper/Chip and Joanna Gaines made Waco cool. So anytime I see this view, I am stoked! Today we landed in Las Vegas! We have had […]

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 Day 2: My Bucket List

I’ve never really had a bucket list. When friends talk about striking things off of their list, I can usually come up with a few trite things that I want to accomplish, or would like to do before I die, but rarely do I think about that. Until recently. I suppose it’s due to a […]

On Following Your Dreams: not everyone will understand and that’s OK

    I’m always drawn to the articles in magazines that profile women who left their jobs to pursue their dreams of farming lavender in Provence or operating a cooking school in Tuscany. The true-life tales of women who made a big career change when they realized their job no longer fulfilled them. The ones who […]