Image credit: Bikurgurl, 2017 Thank you for joining our awesome writing community who challenges themselves weekly as we weave together our 100 words! What 100 words would you give this image? Interested in joining us? Check out the guidelines below and ping back to be included in the Writing Wind-up! Let the writing begin! How… Continue reading 100 Word Wednesday: Week 32
What does your Friday look like? I’m clearing the last of the desk clutter, planning, and staying of it of the blistering (& hazy from British Columbia wildfires!) heat of the Pacific Northwest. What are you working towards today?
A True Story of Betrayal Have you ever had an idea that was just….brilliant? An idea that you curated and honed, then used with wild success? If you’ve done this, you know what pride and success you feel in having brought an idea to fruition. You may start to use this idea, build upon this… Continue reading Gone Edison
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In honor of Women’s History Month, we present 31 Days of Revolutionary Women; a series of daily essays by local authors documenting, honoring and celebrating powerful women who inspire us in South Seattle and beyond. by Alouise Urness Sumeya B. is a twelve-year old revolutionary woman. An only child of a…
This challenge is hosted by Sonya – @ Only 100 Words – The idea? Only 3 lines on the image! Image Credit: Brian Gaid Horizons On the precipice of happiness: ambuscades await Realization it’s not on the horizon: I’m already there ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I linked up — why not take a whirl, it could be fun for you… Continue reading Three Line Tales: Horizons
While we’re voracious readers, these are literally what we’re reading today! Affiliate Post – thank you for clicking through to help me keep my blog ad-free As with many things in life, I have many things left undone. I have big aspirations, huge expectations of myself, and yet many of these seemingly easy and rhythmic… Continue reading February 2017: Books we’re Reading
It’s a thought provoking thought. My husband framed this question to me when we were considering getting rid of my sons drum kit. Like many things we own, it wasn’t just the cost of the drum kit, or the love my son had had of the drum kit, but my emotion connection to the drum… Continue reading Do your things serve you, or do you serve your things?