Today’s Daily Post picked a good day to ask us to look through the window. Today looking out the window there are gray rain filled clouds in the sky. Today is going to be a windy, rainy day here in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. We definitely need the rain. Texas seems to be in a perpetual state of drought. I am always thankful for the rain when we get it.
Today’s Daily Post, prompts us to write as if a place from our past or childhood was destroyed, we are to write it a memorial.
For all my followers, I have my portfolio site up, while it is still under construction, I wanted to go ahead and share my link.
Today’s Daily Post asks what I think is the best thing since sliced bread?
Today’s Daily Post asks what part does music play in my life? Thinking back, I have always had a love for music. I was in Choir from the sixth grade all the until I graduated in 2001. I had many good friends in choir, I also had several friends who were in band.
Today’s Daily Post asks us to write our own eulogy, kind of morbid but I’ll give it a go. . . maybe.
Have you ever read a self-help book? Did you get anything out of it? Did any of the advise you read stick with you. There are three books currently on my reading list, that most definitely qualify as self-help books. Three Feet From Gold, The Mastery of Love (Toltec Wisdom), and Why Men Don’t Listen and Women Can’t Read Maps: How We’re Different and What to Do About It tackle business relationship and personal issues. I am currently rereading Three Feet From Gold, I […]
As the big day gets closer, it becomes evident that the next 90 days are going to fly by. It would seem that nothing is getting done. I have to assure my self sometimes that we are doing well on time. It’s my first wedding, first marriage. I want it all to go well, without any Bridezilla outbursts, family drama, and the like. I am not prone to being demanding, and I tend to let things bottle up.
Today’s Daily Post asks If you could read a book containing all that has happened and will ever happen in your life, would you? If you choose to read it, you must read it cover to cover. What a tempting question. I don’t think I would want to read such a book, I mean you have to read it cover to cover. That means, knowing when and how you die.
I wrote this paper in 2008 for Dr. Sorenson’s World Literature Class at Grayson County College. I submit it to my followers, as I am thinking about a similar project, if I could just find something as gripping as The Odyssey and The Iliad to read. I love classic literature, and am really missing writing like this. Let me know what you think: