Not Everything Needs To Be Done

Not Everything Needs To Be Done Today’s Small Stuff reading hit home. (Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff . . . It’s All Small Stuff by Richard Carlson Ph.D) “I may not be perfect, but I am okay just the way I am.” To me, it means realizing that not every idea, or to do item … Continue reading Not Everything Needs To Be Done

Setting a Deadline

The middle processes of preparing a story for publication is rewriting. A part of writing that can be painful and very ugly. Polishing what works and cutting what doesn’t is often related to killing your offspring. It can be a very emotional event. Some writers might argue whether cutting or rewriting is harder. I think … Continue reading Setting a Deadline


Website Changes Temporarily or permanent remains to be seen. I am slowly applying the common ways and means of maintaining a writer’s blog. Not entirely sure they all apply to me because I am more comfortable applying only what I believe is appropriate as I gain writing confidence. There is no one size fits all … Continue reading Changes

Granny’s Kitchen

Recently a picture of a vintage kitchen reminded me of my grandmother’s kitchen. In Gran’s kitchen, a white metal sink with a drainboard was stood next to white wooden cabinets on a painted blue wood floor. The white painted plywood cabinets with silver metal handles ran along one whole wall with the sink cabinet at … Continue reading Granny’s Kitchen