I’m always getting invitations on Facebook to various events. Most of the time I ignore them. But when I got an invitation to tithe my blog, that caught my eye. Gina Holmes at Inspire a Fire asked folks to consider re-posting the article below by the end of the month as a way to tithe our blogs.… Continue reading Repost from Inspire a Fire and a Blog Tithe
I’m convinced that three members of the local writers’ group signing first time publishing contracts in the past week or so is a sign. But I’m not sure if it’s a sign that I should give up or a sign that I should work harder and write more (meaning write anything at all). In the… Continue reading A Sign
Working on my To Do lists for the week. There are three: writing, jewelry, and fitness. Even with all the technology available I find index cards are the easiest way for me to manage my lists. I have one card for each To Do list for each week.
Not sure how I’m going to be able to handle all the 9/11 stuff this weekend. My parents still lived in DC when it happened. Thankfully Dad wasn’t at the Pentagon that day. I couldn’t get in touch with Mom to make sure they were okay-all the phone lines were jammed-couldn’t get her on her… Continue reading 9/11/01-9/11/11
Hmmm…so much for a blog post a week. Guess I’m more like a blog post a month. Oh well. Maybe spring will jump start me again.
I’m joining the WordPress blog post a week challenge. I pledge to post at least once a week during 2011. So let’s get started!
Go read today’s article at Speculative Faith. Couldn’t have said it better. http://www.speculativefaith.com/2010/10/fantasy-compatable-with-christianity/
One of the people I follow on Twitter recently started writing morning pages, an exercise advocated by Julia Cameron. The morning pages exercise is a way to capture those random thoughts, snippets of ideas, or other unconnected bist swirling around in our heads. The idea is to get up each morning and write longhand whatever… Continue reading Morning Pages