I'm so sorry this post didn't get up on time. I had every intention of getting it posted last night, but something happened... You can't really see it, but that is where I ate shit on the tennis court last night. I went for a low ball and as I was sprinting towards it I … Continue reading Daily Blog Challenge: Day 12 – If you could have lunch with one person, who would it be?
I thought perhaps I would feel re-invigorated after vacation. That maybe the time spent totally in the present, not worrying about the dogs or laundry or dishes would allow space for inspiration to break through. Nope. It did let in space for a cold, though. So, I’m taking a break. I’m in the middle of … Continue reading Fearless Writing Challenge; day’s 81/82: Post-vacation let down
I have 65 days to go. And then I will have written and posted a poem a day for an entire year. Holy smokes! That's impressive! #ifidosaysomyself What will I do when the year is over? I don't think I have it in me to do it again, but it is a great exercise. Interestingly enough, … Continue reading Fearless Writing Challenge: 300 down, 65 To Go
As I mentioned in yesterday's post, after I finished grad school in 1997, my then husband and I took a six-week trip to Italy and France. We spent three weeks in Italy - we landed in Milan, then hit Lake Como, Rome, Tuscany, Cinque Terre, and then headed along the coast to France. I recently … Continue reading Fearless Writing Challenge, Day 71: Memorable Trips – Italy 1997 – Milan
I read a story about Tony Robbins, the mega-watt coach to billionaires and King of all motivational life coach types, and how he didn't make it on a sports team in high school. Did he work hard to improve and come back like Michael Jordan did after getting cut from his freshman basketball team? Nope. … Continue reading Fearless Writing Challenge, Day 58: Who’s Your Guru?