Sept 7th’s prompt is “Thank God it’s Friday “ Continue reading “Reboot & Sept 7 prompt”
Day 18. My aide may have killed my beloved laptop with dishwater. We’ll see, Fortunately, the top was closed. I have dried what water I could see and have it bagged up with rice until tomorrow.
So – today we do this tiny-screen editing Continue reading “Apr 18 #NaPoWriMo #AprPAD”
Today’s prompt is especially timely – given yesterday’s traditional gift-giving frenzy. It is Continue reading “Dec 26 prompt”
Today’s prompt is “Portland” … Continue reading “Dec 20 Prompt”
Today’s prompt is inspired by my Monday evening … it is “by the Continue reading “Dec 19 prompt”
It’s Monday – but let’s have some fun …Grab the nearest book & go to page 22. Continue reading “Dec 18 prompt”
Let’s have today’s prompt be “chocolate-covered anythinng” … Continue reading “Dec 17 prompt”
Today’s prompt can go many ways – it is “cold Continue reading “Dec 16 prompt”
Still December – so tossing in another holiday-themed prompt out there ..Today’s is “the lights on Continue reading “Day 15 prompt”
It’s December – lets have fun with it! Are you naughty or nice …
Today’s prompt is Continue reading “Dec 14 prompt”
Today’s prompt “Mother, on her birthday”
My mother’s birthday Continue reading “Dec 13 prompt”
Ipoetry prompt/ Poetry prompy, Poetry prompt?
Sorry – I’m late today. stayed up last night with my CC Willow hat on – updating my database after neglecting it since September. Still need to finish that today as End Of Year is coming …
I like writing about current events – seeing what lessons can be gleaned from them or what wordds can heal. And given yesterday’s subway bombing … let’s have today’s prompt be Continue reading “Dec 12 prompt”
It is a month of hoidays …
Today’s prompt is “Chanukah begins”
Reminder, my Etsy site CC Willow Arts will be 10% off through December (I can gift-wrap for you). Also – If you like my zentangle patterns, many are available on items, like pillows, on RedBubble.
If you are into community
theater and in Oregon’s Willamette Valley – the murder mystery that I have been in rehearsals for – “Christmas At The Blizzard” -opened Dec 1 and is running weekends through Dec. 17. See Silverton’s Brush Creek Playhouse’s website for details …
Late – due to tech issues … But I got some sleep and I’m tackling it anew.
Today’s prompt has been on my mind for a three weeks – perhaps because I have become such a homebody. It is “you are the ghost in your house” … Continue reading “Day 10 prompt”
Today’s prompt is “drunk & drugged” …
Or should I have just said ‘Holiday Party’???? Continue reading “Dec 9 prompt”
Today is “rhubarb vodka”.
Two things I am found of ….
Yesterday – Robert Lee Brewer posted the next steps to take on the completed NovPAD Challenge. Like NaNoWriMo, December is the time to start editing and polishing. if you want to submit a chapbook manuscript to Writer’s Digest, Jan 15th is the due date.
Reminder, my Etsy site CC Willow Arts will be 10% off through December (I can gift-wrap for you). Also – If you like my zentangle patterns, many are available on items, like pillows, on RedBubble. I’ve got over a few more new ones uploaded. And will get even more uploaded today …
If you are into community theater and in Oregon’s Willamette Valley – the murder mystery that I have been in rehearsals for – “Christmas At The Blizzard” – WILL BE OPENING THIS FRIDAY NIGHT. See Silverton’s Brush Creek Playhouse’s website for details …
Today is “Faux Fur Friday”.
And as a big fan of fake fur – It seems like a great way to start the month. Comfort and warmth – and no lives taken. No lives wasted … Continue reading “Dec 1 prompt”
Last day of challenges. I have about 2K words left to write for NaNoWriMo. And 2 poems to go …
I am still pondering posting a prompt a day starting tomorrow if anyone is interested … Let me know. Continue reading “Day 30 – Last Day of Challenges”
Running today. I am hoping to play #1 linewed on Twitter today … but not sure I will get that chance!
Here’s the prompts: Continue reading “Day 29 – Count Down on November Writing Challenges”