I used to write poems when I was in college. Spent a lot of time in coffee shops writing crappy verses, trying to find myself, my voice, as a writer. I don’t write poems much anymore, but this one came to me today, so I thought I’d share. You used your finger to draw an intricate… Continue reading The Reset Sand
This week I participated in Seth Godin’s #YourTurnChallenge. My goal was to blog everyday (Mon-Sun) here on my site as well as on the challenge’s official Tumblr blog. This is my Day 7 (and final) submission. The writing prompt for today is: What are you taking away from this challenge? I’ve been blogging for over 7… Continue reading Take Aways
I’ve been writing against deadline all day, but I feel obliged to post something. Thus, I give you a fair approximation of what my day has been like: I’ll be back with an actual blog tomorrow.
I’ve been privileged the past couple of weeks to write about some wonderful people doing some wonderful things, all because of my association with the Loganville/Grayson Patch. I’ve been able to write about a local princess named Courtney Hinesley, some friends of mine (Lee and Rebecca Pylant) and the business they built for their daughter, ∞
Spend enough time with small children and you’ll learn an awful lot about the power of the imagination. My daughter has dual citizenship in the real world and her dream world, and she’s not alone: watch most kids who are younger than second or third grade and you’ll see that the worlds they inhabit aren’t… Continue reading Children Need A Legacy Of Dreams