Recently I was watching Castle, which is one of my favorite shows, and they talked about your “LSL” or Last Supper List. As in, the people you would want there at your very last supper.
I saw a post recently on Rachelle Gardner’s blog asking for Six Word Memoirs. I love that idea, and left mine in the comments on her post: Encouraging more poetry in this world. Share yours here! What’s your six word memoir? Image: Morguefile
A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to see Mary Oliver receive an honorary degree from Marquette University. I think it’s taken me weeks to write about it because I still can’t wrap my head around it. It was so cool.
HAPPY THANKSGIVING! This weekend we went to the Holiday Folk Fair, which is one of my favorite events around town. And that’s saying something, because I have a lot of favorite events around this city.
About a year ago (I can’t believe it’s been that long already!) I met up with a group of writers, and someone there asked us each to bring in a picture of where we work. This is the picture I brought in. I’m lucky to have a home office. We have this extra kind [...]
I think I’ve mentioned my writing partner, Genevieve, here a time or two. She’s absolutely hilarious and keeps me on track (or encourages me to actually step away from the keyboard) just when I need it.
I have to admit, Halloween is not one of my favorite holidays!
Why do I get the feeling that my writing partner is bored?
We picked up this game called Outrage, and it’s so fun I had to tell you about it. It’s sold at the Tower of London, but did I get it at the Tower when I was there? Nope.
This just cracks me up.
A friend sent me this and I thought I’d share.
I’m enjoying the day with the family, and I hope you are as well. I hope your Christmas is stress-free, filled with happy memories with your family.