Daily Archives: September 14, 2015

Writing Space


Writing Space

I don’t have a writing room. Since I write my posts on my i pad, I don’t really need a large writing space.

I write while sitting on my couch in front of the TV. I write while sitting on my back porch admiring the nature around me. I write while sitting at my dining table listening for the oven timer to demand my attention. Sitting and multi-tasking seem to be the common denominators of my writing habit.

At times, I still think best with a pen in my hand. I make handwritten to do lists and jot down notes to myself. Sticky notes are my friends! Colorful note pads and notebooks are sure to make me smile. My number 2 pencils must be sharp. I get the shivers writing with a dull pencil. Any free promotional pen is my favorite until the ink runs dry.

Maybe I will someday consider having a set time and a designated quiet place to write, but for now, I will just go with the flow of my life.

The writing101 assignment that prompted this post theme also involved creating a poll at the end of the post to explore writing topics. So, what do you think I should write about in a future post? Comments are always welcome and I hope some of you will take a minute to answer the question in my very first poll below! Please vote!

Country Market-The Changing Seasons 09

Autumn is around the corner and we have cooler temperatures to prove it. The Country Market has a fall focus now, with pumpkins, gourds and ornamental corn displayed out front along with hearty seasonal plants.

Crisp air signals change but I am still holding on to summer. The days are getting shorter and the darkness of evening is coming much too early for me. I always feel this way as summer winds down, but this year, with the recent loss of my mother, the changing of seasons seems even more reflective of the seasons of life.

Hold your loved ones close, with a warm embrace, as we venture into fall!

This is my ninth installment for Cardinal Guzman’s Monthly Photo Challenge. We are to post 5-20 pictures each month at a nearby location to showcase the changing of seasons and hone our photography skills. You should check out his photos and the links that he posts to other entries you may also enjoy viewing. You can see my previous galleries by clicking on the Changing Seasons header at the top of this page.

Tourmaline .

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The Godly Chic Diaries



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My Journey through Still Life Photography

Words Like Honey

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52 Weeks Photography Group

A year in images, one theme at a time

Collect Life

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A Walk in the Garden

"How quickly comes the sun when first it sets its mind to rise." - - j. s. v.

Susi Lovell

short story writer

Thoughts Of An E'ville Woman

The secret to having it all is believing that you do!

It's a long story ...

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A Sawyer's Daughter

The Life & Times of a Sawmill Man's Eldest Child

Norm 2.0

Photography, fiction, humor, opinions, and whatever else I feel like posting

The Eye of a Thieving Magpie

My view of this wonderful and crazy life - as I travel and explore.

Trent's World (the Blog)

Random Ramblings and Reviews from Trent P. McDonald


photography, poetry, paintings

Minute Meetings with God

Meeting God Personally through his word

Chronicles of an Anglo Swiss

Welcome to the Anglo Swiss World

Life is for Living

Celebrating Faith, Family, Love, Laughter

My Life Lived Full

If you aren't living on the edge, you're taking up too much space

Park Preview

A guide to Seattle area parks with an emphasis on accessibility, photography, and birds.

Jibber Jabber with Sue

Everyday Thoughts and Musings