Seranading and storytelling filled the rainforest landscape as we kayaked, trekked through mud and braved the power of a natural waterfall this morning. All that’s left now are memories of the Menehune folktales we heard and beautiful imagery. While we … Continue reading Kauai keepsakes
Last week, Nathan and I started watching the “Twilight Zone” – we had both seen some as kids, but it is very cool watching them again and have access to every episode! The stories are very creative and often get … Continue reading Taken by The Twilight Zone (242/365) #blogaday
This is a section from my current creative writing journey. I hope you enjoy! Anneta and Jeremiah dated for several years filled with fishing trips, and stinky ones at that. Jeremiah earned enough money at the butchery to purchase a … Continue reading A wife left to wonder (120/365) #blogaday
Now that I’ve started writing a novel of sorts, I have been noticing authors who I’m pulling from for inspiration. I am currently reading “Good Omens” by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, which uses breaking the third wall by talking … Continue reading Paying Attention to Authors (36/365) #blogaday
Sammy never thought of the day in which the ducks would take her father away. He had always talked so highly of them helping him during worrisome nights at sea. I guess it was his destiny to get lost and … Continue reading With creativity, change can occur (Day 15/365)
When I was younger, I would write the most imaginative stories and scripts. I wanted to start sharing them on my blog for an insight into my childhood mind! Since I haven’t exercised that much recently due to my shoulder … Continue reading SUNDAY FUNDAY! Childhood Creativity
We had a writing workshop this week and learned all about Lucy Calkins’ curriculum – it was interesting and mostly things I didn’t know. I took a course about Lucy Calkins, but never fully used her curriculum. I am excited … Continue reading (Work Wed.) The World of writing!