Today I: Made it through surgical rounds. Bought a second (and eventually third - decaf) coffee for the sake of "the game" Ate a greek salad from a jar Registered for a Half Marathon in May Left work early because there was nothing left to do. Went to the bookstore and bought some new books,… Continue reading What Did You Do Today?
"What is the difference between fiction and literature?" I once asked a bookstore clerk. They thought about this for a while and then couldn't really give me an answer. Really, if the books aren't classified as non-fiction, aren't they all just fiction? I never understood the subtle differences between fiction and literature until I started… Continue reading “Fiction” vs. Literature
"Men can only be happy when they do not assume that the object of life is happiness." ~George Orwell I am afflicted with the dreaded writer's block. I have been thinking on today's quotation for hours and hours and I can't piece something together. I hoped that re-reading the card I wrote would help me,… Continue reading Day 28: The Block
In the words of Ray Bradbury, “Just write every day of your life…”. Your mission is to write five haikus — one for each of the five days leading up to this Friday. – Weekly Writing Challenge Haiku about the beginning of life - in light of my big decision: Swim hard to the goal, Shiny ova waiting… Continue reading Haiku for New Beginnings
In the words of Ray Bradbury, “Just write every day of your life…”. Your mission is to write five haikus — one for each of the five days leading up to this Friday. – Weekly Writing Challenge Tuesday's Haiku, for winter inspiration: Evergreen stands tall, Solitude amidst the snow. Surviving the cold. Trees are my greatest inspiration. Year… Continue reading Haiku for Inspiration