The Silence of the Great Wave I have been staring at my computer screen for almost an hour now, wondering where all my words have gone. When did I become someone who didn't write? Life has stolen my words, it seems. Or maybe the opposite is true. Maybe there are too many words pressure-cooked into… Continue reading Kanagawa
There is no shortage of words in our world today. Everywhere I turn this year, I feel bombarded by words -- some important, some flippant, some superficial, some profound, some firm with conviction (and some that perhaps shouldn't be), some redundant with talking points, and some just plain irritating. Perhaps this has always been the… Continue reading The Shortage of Words
This morning -- at my "real" job -- a client asked me if my name is "Sara with an H." "Yes," I replied, "but I will also answer to Sarah without an H." An unfortunate bystander overheard, and remarked afterwards, "Now, how many times have you used that line in your life?" Truth be told,… Continue reading Slow to the Punch
Sunrise and Coffee Silence is golden, a blanket of warmth, like the rising sun on this 7th of March. But coffee is better. And louder. And far more convinced that there are words to share. Not only my words -- but yours, also. I am eager to hear what you're writing. I'm eager to hear… Continue reading Silence is Golden
About that ONE THING I wanted to change back in January... From the shores of Wicket Lake, Thanks for joining me for a weekly writing prompt! Don't forget -- if you're responding to this prompt, let me know! Comments, links, emails!