When it comes to Soul Mates... 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!
I stand out from the crowd because... Think about this honestly for a moment. I know we all want to believe we are special (and we are) and different from everyone else (again, we are), but if every single one of us "stands out from the crowd," then there is no longer a crowd. And… Continue reading Writing Prompt #5
I am truly an expert when it comes to... Nothing. Seriously, folks -- I am not even in the realm of 'expert' when it comes to anything. Mostly, I'm just making it up as I go, trying to do the best that I can. There are certainly things I am good at -- like crochet,… Continue reading Writing Prompt #4
The biggest lie I've ever told... ...is that I'm unlovable. Though I knew it was untrue, my heart believed it, so I repeated it to myself over and over and over. Or maybe... my heart believed it because I repeated it to myself over and over, etc. I'm so thankful I was wrong. I'm so… Continue reading Writing Prompt #3
I never thought I could... I never thought I could write a novel. Oh, I wanted to! I've wanted to write for as long as I can remember. Before I began school, I would have my mom and my older siblings make practice letters for me to trace. I longed to write, even if I… Continue reading Writing Prompt #2
If you could change one thing about your life, what would it be? This is the time of year when we focus on Resolutions. We long to be better versions of ourselves as we begin a New Year. Our daily routines get so quickly wrapped up in the day-to-day stuff of living that we sometimes… Continue reading Writing Prompt #1
One million moments - inkless I've avoided me too long Because I can't avoid you Or anything that's wrong To write it is to understand Or at least to try To speak it is to give it shape To give it breath and life Let it rest between us now Let the broken be Give… Continue reading Inkless