Everything around us can inspire us, if we let it. The simple or extravagant. Quiet or busy. What inspires you today? "Each cloud that floated in the sky, writes a letter in my book." The Apology, Ralph Waldo Emerson ~T. R. Noble
Warm glows of orange and yellow dance their streams of light. Though empty, not shallow in the summer night. Birds have flown to home. Cicadas hiss their song. Though I feel alone, In the warmth, I play along. The sun begins to fade A candlelight to day. Younger memories I hold. In a… Continue reading Streetlights Of Childhood | Poem
This week's quote is one I can relate to. "Words may be false and full of art, sighs are the natural language of the heart." Thomas Shadwell, Psyche, 1675 No matter what kind of facade we try to put on, inwardly, our feelings and our thoughts reveal the truth of our state of being. We… Continue reading Quality Quote | Honesty Is Best With Feelings
My situation is this right now. We have our furniture, and most of our items in storage. Finally got a place, and have been able to move in. Only have few supplies I managed to save when we moved. We have gone two different times to the store, and upon returning home, something is needed.… Continue reading Minimal Items To Have When Moving To A New Place | Housewife 101
I see this happen a lot with writers. We want inspiration. We want motivation. We wanting writing to be easier, when it isn't easy on us. Discipline and endurance are not good friends of ours. Yet...it is discipline and endurance that helps us especially as writers. "Don't loaf and invite inspiration. Light out after it… Continue reading Quality Quote | Don’t Wait For Inspiration
I'm working on changing the direction of this particular blog, as we speak. Some posts have gone over well, but a number hasn't. I know people get so discouraged as a writer, and having a blog can be no different. Let's talk about that. (Anyone else watch Good Mythical Morning?) What can we do? First… Continue reading How Do I Get My Blog To Stand Out?
Marriage often gets painted in a picture too perfect for the beholder. We expect perfection. Flawlessness with no sign of effort. And this simply cannot be. We struggle to fix the flaws within ourselves, yet sometimes jump immediately to our partner's errors, ready to point each one out. Marriage isn't the act of perfection. It… Continue reading Provoking Poetry | What Makes Marriage