Not surprisingly, this week wasn’t very productive. It’s not that I didn’t write, it’s just that I did very little of it. Why? Because it’s May–the month before Summer Reading. And so basically from now through August that’s where my concentration needs to be. I’m going to be living at the library for the next… Continue reading SUMMER READING! *insert confetti*
Taken when spring was first beginning. How amazing is it that, each year, the flowers know to bloom? That when the temperatures rise and the sun shows his face, they burst from their buds and greet the world. They don’t worry about what might await them. They take the chance. They open up. And what… Continue reading Each Spring, They Take a Chance
Is it any wonderThat the speciesWho felt the needTo name the stars–To label the miracleOf shining pinpricksIn a quilt of night…. That such a species decidedEach impossible lightThat had already traveledLightyears just to be seenAs points of hopeIn blackness…. Yes, that the species who decidedEach star must be taggedAnd studied rather thanSimply loved…. Is it… Continue reading The Species Who Named the Stars
Like I’ve said during my Friday posts: I’ve been busy at work planning for Summer Reading. What does that mean? It means I don’t have a lot of time to write–at least, not write chapters in my current stories that I think are up to the quality they should be. And yet it is story… Continue reading Whenever Tommy Brought Flowers….
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