Monthly Archives: October 2011

November is National Novel Writing Month

Because it is near and dear to my need and also due to the request of a friend, I am once again throwing my hat into the NaNoWriMo ring and invite you to do the same. Let this be the … Continue reading

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pick a book play

The book I picked is one that has remained in my bag since I bought it a few weeks ago. It is, as of yet, unread. “The Princess and the Goblin” by George MacDonald. The 5th sentence on the 25th … Continue reading

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daily play – pick a book

It’s time for this week’s creative play! Recently I stumbled across a writing prompt that sounded like quite a bit of fun and it is this that I am passing on to you this week. First, pick a book. Step … Continue reading

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who’s in your corner?

Some of you might recognize this face from the movie Rocky. He was Rocky’s trainer Mickey. The man had a profound impact on Rocky in boxing and in life. He was the man in Rocky’s corner. Today’s a combination Living: … Continue reading

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until tomorrow…

Hey all, I’m afraid I’m running behind on the daily challenge again for this week. My deepest apologies. However, considering the slightly wet weather I’d invite you to go play in the puddles. While you’re at it, you might take … Continue reading

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living: the best future investment

“Real generosity to the future lies in giving all to the present.” – Albert Camus Not much more need be said. Take some time to think about the implications of this one simple sentence. It is a life changing truth … Continue reading

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daily play: perspectives

Evening! It’s [past] time for this week’s dose of creative play so here we go. This time around our game is Perspectives and this is how you play. Pick a subject. Say the nearly empty coffee cup on the desk … Continue reading

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