A few years ago one of my daughters introduced me to the world of art journaling. At first I wasn’t sure exactly what to do or if I would do it correctly. She assured me there was no one right way to do it. Art […]
Spring always comes after winter, then summer, fall and back to winter. After winter, spring comes again and so on. The cycle repeats.
Do we need a Bible specifically for women? Not necessarily, but the NIV Bible for Women also has devotions and notes meant to help women.
Spring has not quite arrived, though it is very close. We are beginning a season of spring rains. As I relax in my living room I hear the comforting sound of raindrops steadily falling. This evening I spent some time with the online Nature Magnetic Poetry […]
We need heat, but sometimes it becomes extreme. God created our bodies to have a way of cooling down by using sweat. In my three haiku, heat and sweat seem to be opponents, but in reality both are important. Heat and Sweat Summer […]
For #RonovanWritesWeeklyHaikuChallenge this week the words are Eye & Fade. You could take those words in any number of directions. I thought about darkness and daylight. My three haiku came to me in a different order than you see here. As I read and reordered them […]
February is the shortest month of the year. Many think of it as the month of love because of Valentine’s Day. Some people love it, but others not so much. I like the idea of doing something special for the whole family, though we don’t […]
It’s time for Twittering Tales again, where Kat Myrman shares a photograph. Then we write a tale in 140 characters or less inspired by the photo. I will share my three tales and then some thoughts about life, death and showing kindness. […]
I am enjoying this new-to-me form of creativity called “Twittering Tales.” Every Tuesday, Kat Myrman shares a photo as a prompt.[bctt tweet=”Inspired by the photo, we write a story using only 140 characters or less.” username=”GaylWright”]You have all week to write your stories. Last […]
When I started my first blog three years ago, I joined Five Minute Friday for my first post. I often wondered if I’d find enough to write about in a blog, but FMF kept me going with prompts every week. [bctt tweet=”I always love a […]