This post is by Nancy Jardine. Authors are often quoted as having the most amazing imagination but I’m not always sure that’s an instinctive attribute for all writers. Personally speaking, I need a little bit of help to kick start my imagination when I’m writing. Once I get that little extra push, I’m right into … Continue reading Imagining…imaging
This blog by Cher'ley Grogg Seems, every time I find something I really like, it gets discontinued. There have been several programs over the years that I used a lot and then they were no more. Remember the sheep? I want you to know I spent a half hour trying to download a version … Continue reading Useless-Time Sucks-Aggravation by Cher’ley
This blog by Cher’ley Grogg A farm boy accidentally overturned his wagonload of corn on the road. The neighbor who lived nearby came to investigate. "Hey, Willis," he called out, "forget your troubles for a spell and come on in and have dinner with us. Then I'll help you get the wagon up." "That's … Continue reading Procrastinate? Who Me? by Cher’ley
This post is by Nancy Jardine. Something Unexpected. With regard to my Christmas gifts, that has been my mantra for pretty well all of my married life since 1974. My lovely OH buys me bunches of flowers randomly and regularly throughout the year - so I don’t expect them at the traditional Christmas, Valentine’s Day … Continue reading Expect the unexpected!
This post by Jennifer Flaten We are having internet trouble. It started last week. One evening the internet just stopped working. It was right in the middle of kid TV time (they were watching Netflix) and I am positive you could hear the kid’s cries of dismay from a state away. After verifying that it … Continue reading Make a Connection
Post by Doris McCraw It is in our genes. The desire to explore to know what's there. From 'Star Trek' , 'Star Wars' and Arthur C. Clarkes "2001, A Space Odyssey", space is a part and parcel of our dreams and thoughts. Who hasn't spent time looking at the stars and wondering what was up … Continue reading Space: A Love Affair
This post by Alethea Williams When I first started writing, my desk was my kitchen table and my tools were one of my kids’ leftover lined notebooks that were four for a dollar at the back-to-school sale, and a Bic pen that couldn’t have cost more than that. I wrote longhand for many years. My first … Continue reading Dependent on Technology