But that’s not always a good thing. Well, not always a comfortable thing might be a more accurate way to put it. Sometimes, it feels like it leaves a larger margin for disappointment. I have always known what I want in life, and I’ve always been working toward it: to finish high school, to go to college, … More I Know What I Want.
This Thursday, I went on a field trip to an art museum. It was excellent. It was a special poetry day – where you match a poem you brought or wrote to a piece of art, and then read it while people are viewing the piece. You’re also encouraged to write your own poem based … More Art in Cooperation
Okay. I’ve been trying to write flash fiction because it’s good for me. So I’m going to show you what I did today … and THEN show you what I used as my prompt, because it makes me giggle. Here you go (it has no title): Téméra stood in the long line of commoners … More Flash!
A much longer time ago than I thought, I wrote a post called Pool People. You see, for the last two years, I have worked as a lifeguard, and more recently, as a swim lessons teacher. Pools attract all kinds of people. Last time, I listed 10 kinds of those people. We’re back, ladies and gentlemen … More Pool People, THE SEQUEL