I Stayed Up All Night Writing This

Posted by M. K. Waller [Forgive me. This post is longer than I intended, but once I got started, I couldn't stop. I had no idea I'm so enlightened. If you stop reading before the end, I'll forgive you. But you'll miss the good part.] My husband once told me that when I tell stories, … Continue reading I Stayed Up All Night Writing This



Post (c) Doris McCraw Made a trip to Santa Fe this past weekend. A busy time, lots of information gathered, and many miles on the road by myself. I share with you photos and verse.   Quiet of echoes, rising out from land Rolling of wagons, images lost in mist Mountains grow - sink, hourglass … Continue reading Echoes

Lessons Learned From NOLA

As you all know, I got back relatively recently from a visit to New Orleans. I won't bore you with more details on that trip, but I do want to share some lessons of which I was reminded as a result of my time there. Time is better than money. Most summers over the last several … Continue reading Lessons Learned From NOLA

Blessings in Disguise by Erin Farwell

This has been a rough summer. There were lots of good times, like visiting family in Michigan and hanging out with my daughter and younger sister on Amelia Island, Florida. But there were less happy times as well. We had to spend money on things we really didn’t want to. There was the cat that … Continue reading Blessings in Disguise by Erin Farwell

Days Pass Quickly

This post by Gayle M. Irwin “I've been lately thinking about my life's time - all the things I've done and how it's been...The days they pass so quickly now...” So go the words to a song titled “Poems, Prayers, & Promises” by John Denver. Another year has rolled around. Three of my high school … Continue reading Days Pass Quickly

Printing Progress

This post is by Erin Thorne. Many people keep journals for various reasons. They use this medium to inscribe personal thoughts, vent difficult-to-handle emotions, and as a record of special life events. However, a journal is also an ideal place in which to track one’s writing progress. I recently began to do this as an … Continue reading Printing Progress

To Tweet or Not to Tweet

by Alethea Williams Do you begin your day by logging on to Twitter to see what all your on-line acquaintances are talking about in 140 characters or less?  Do you then follow the URLs to their websites and blogs, and spend time reading and commenting on each one? Do you spend even more time looking up … Continue reading To Tweet or Not to Tweet