Category Archives: Writing

Okay, so…The events mentioned DO NOT run in historical chronological order but that’s okay, don’t worry about it.

I’ve read books where the main characters, almost ALWAYS  females, wish they lived in a past era.  I’m reading one now, although she only thinks about it in passing. My cousin gave the book to me because it takes place … Continue reading

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Stream of consciousness…

I went to Barnes yesterday and had to stop myself from turning all the magazines with not my president’s face on the cover backward I would like draw on them with magic marker but I doubt the management would approve … Continue reading

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The boy with stars in his eyes…

“You have starts in your eyes,” I said, staring at him. “You’re the only one who can see them,” he chuckled.  “They’re there just for you.” I laughed but kept looking. “I see the sun in your eyes,” he said, … Continue reading

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Okay, so…writing

When I was at lunch yesterday, I left my Moleskine notebook in the car, and I didn’t have a wee one in my purse.  I have to write, or draw all the time, so I grabbed a bunch of napkins … Continue reading

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This was on my calendar during July…

If you say the sky’s the limit, then there has to be an end point, when you hit the sky.  You can’t do that, however, since there is no limit to the sky and there’s no actual place where the … Continue reading

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Okay, so…

I just started reading an autobiography written by an actor.  I can honestly say that I don’t read books like this but the cover was white and fresh looking and I’m desperate for light, in the dreary gray winter, so … Continue reading

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Readers, Moleskines, Weather and Camelot…

My Reader did fix itself, so I have looked at all of your fabulous posts:) The tiny Moleskine journals do have tear out pages but you can only see that from the back of the page.  The small moleskines fill … Continue reading

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