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 […]
Family, Music and Love: A Winning Combination
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 […]
Home: A Place that Waits for Your Return
I’m imagining what thoughts of home the character in the photo might be thinking. Then a write a few haiku stories about home. Enjoy!
Twittering Tales Inspired by a Photo
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 […]
Now is a Good Time to Wonder Anew
Now is a good time to stop and think about my life, to stop and wonder anew. I want to learn to see the wonder and the holy in every moment.
Last Day to Enter #LMMLinkup Giveaway
LAST DAY TO ENTER GIVEAWAY Welcome back to Literacy Musing Mondays! Sept. 5, is the last day to get in on our giveaway so don’t forget to enter. Winner will be announced next week. Entry-Form Now on to our weekly Literacy Musing Monday’s linkup […]
Linkup With Literacy Musing Mondays!
Welcome back to Literacy Musing Mondays Linkup! Our giveaway is still going on so please make sure you enter. You do not have to be a blogger to win our great $30 PayPal Back to School Giveaway. The contest will run through Labor Day. We will […]
Children and Poetry: A Great Combination #LMMLinkup
Welcome back to the Literacy Musing Mondays. This week we have a guest post about one of my literature forms : poetry. KT Brison shares some great tips on introducing poetry to children. I find her words delightfully refreshing. Using her ideas I know your children […]
A Story of Hope: Poetry to Share
A STORY OF HOPE A few years ago, in an online group, I was given a poetry prompt that consisted of three words – blue, wandering and vagabond. We were then given time to write a poem. I have since edited it and […]
Break Time and a Book Review
How good are you at taking a break? If you’re anything like me you often have so many things to do that you forget break time. Sometimes we push until we become tired, grouchy and prickly, generally no fun to be around. I don’t even […]