28. I am visiting my family on Lake Pend o’Reille in Idaho. I am about to enter the Literature program at UCSC and am reading my first homework, “The Sorrows Of Young Werther.” Quite possibly the most depressing book I’ve ever read. ———— 1 In 5th grade I bring this photo to school for a […]Read More A life.
I remember summer days when I would ride my bike for hours and hours around the block. I remember the smell of oil on our gravel road. The smell reminds me of summer. I remember the big mud puddle in front of our house, filled by the sprinkler. We would concoct worlds in that puddle. […]Read More I remember…
I was standing on Mt Hood alone at twilight. It was 2009. I had just applied for my job at Sandy Library – or maybe I hadn’t applied for it yet. I think I was thinking about applying for it. Raf and I decided to have a getaway vacation in late August so we stayed at the […]Read More Without thinking too much about it, write about a time when you were truly happy
“Think Global, act local.” Write a post connecting a global issue to a personal one. My take on this is different from what is probably meant by the author of this prompt. Hopefully it won’t seem shallow. On the surface it might seem that way but I believe there is something very profound going […]Read More Think Global, Act Local
I downloaded WordPress’s free e-book 365 writing prompts and thought it would be fun to blog some of the things that I write from that book. Here is the entry for Jan 18th. Free Association: Write down the first words that come to mind when we say ….home…soil…rain. Use those words in the title of […]Read More Raspberries in the garden on a hot summer day