Category: The Writing Life

To Live and Leave a Legacy

Sorry I haven’t been around lately. I’ve been mulling over Nattie’s death (read previous post for details); it seems to be hitting me in new and different ways each day. Sometimes I’m laughing over things she said and did, and

I’m “Lost” without my “Heroes”!

So, last week hubby and I finished up watching the last few episodes of “Lost” for this season. We’re unable to watch it Wednesday nights, so usually we record two weeks in a row, which makes for longer “Lost” enjoyment.

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Producing what the market demands…

Well, would you look at this! Just a few days into my new journey into creativity and word therapy, I found this quote in The Creative Call, by Janice Elsheimer. You may even be an artist who has used your

I've Got to Be Me!

Mrs. Write Right, Word Therapist was recently featured on Freelance Writing for Nonprofits— thanks to Kivi Leroux Miller for featuring me! She had lots of nice things to say, but her one criticism brought out some concerns that I’ve been

New Headshot!

My husband, the hobby photographer, took some new photos of me this weekend (while we were enjoying the outdoors geocaching), and one of them is currently being used as my head shot on my Web site and blog. (The previously