Daily Archives: June 16, 2014
Writing 101, Day Eleven: Size Matters | The Daily Post. I grew up in south-eastern Kentucky right in the middle of the Appalachian mountains. The house I lived in is the same house I lived in from the day I … Continue reading
Writing 101, Day Ten: Happy (Insert Special Occasion Here)! | The Daily Post. Cornbread, fresh butter, buttermilk, lettuce and onions, soup beans and fried taters. This was my favorite meal when I was growing up in the summer. Usually I … Continue reading
Writing 101, Day Nine: Changing Moccasins — Point of View | The Daily Post. Emma’s hand was small in John’s. It was soft and the simple gold band signifying she was his and his alone was the only thing that … Continue reading
I have tried to get comfortable so writing can begin, or continue; however, my seat doesn’t like sitting. Yes, I sit a lot. I am in a power wheelchair and it is my legs and sometimes my bed. Sometimes the … Continue reading
Writing 101, Day Eight: Death to Adverbs | The Daily Post. Sitting at Barnes and Nobles’ café with a café mocha and a piece of raspberry cheesecake – yes, this is a departure from the normal sugar cookie – I … Continue reading
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