The Red Thread {Of Fate} Untangled

“An invisible red thread connects those who are destined to meet, regardless of the time, the place or the circumstance. The thread may stretch or tangle, but it will never break.”                                                 … Continue reading The Red Thread {Of Fate} Untangled

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Through My Mother’s Eyes

Although there wasn't a "set assignment" for the first week of Writing 201: Finding Your Story, I decided to write something anyway. The following piece is mostly from a spiritual standpoint and how I imagine my mother's final days when she was in hospice. Writing this has given me some comfort and I thought it … Continue reading Through My Mother’s Eyes

What’s Next for Writeful Mind?

On this, the last assignment of the Writing 101 course ~ Day 20! ~ we're prompted to think about what's next for our blogs. Oh, the possibilities! A newsletter, which I listed as one of my goals. I've already got a MailChimp account, so it's a matter of sitting down and getting a crude copy … Continue reading What’s Next for Writeful Mind?

Recommended Reading

For the Writing 101 Day 19 assignment, I didn't reach out to a buddy to trade guest posts {I'm such a rebel. *gasp*}, so {as the suggested alternative}, I thought I would share some of the great articles I read while I was nominating fellow bloggers for the Blogger Recognition Award. From Chorizo & Thyme, I … Continue reading Recommended Reading

Map of My Childhood

Gentilly, New Orleans, LA. - If you ask others who grew up in Gentilly, they'll tell you that it was a truly great place and how blessed we all were to grow up there. Truth. It was a beautiful area, with so many places to go. As far as I'm concerned, there's nowhere in the … Continue reading Map of My Childhood

{Before / After This} Moment

"There are moments which mark your life. Moments you realize that nothing will ever be the same and time is divided into two parts ~ {before this} and {after this}." ~ Unknown I stood beside her bed, looking down at the face of the woman I had the privilege of calling "Mom". Every thought I'd … Continue reading {Before / After This} Moment

Virtually Caffeinated Chat ~ Take II

For our Writing 101 Day 16 assignment, we had to search our stats for a post idea. Looking through my stats, I found that one of my most recent posts ~ Virtually Caffeinated Chat  ~ received a lot of positive comments. So, I thought I would do another one. What I found most touching was … Continue reading Virtually Caffeinated Chat ~ Take II

The Journey Home

This post is for my Writing 101 Day 15 assignment, Take a cue from your readers. On 15 September, our Day 6 assignment was to create a poll for readers to vote on a list of ideas for a post; my readers chose "a short story, made up as you go along. NO planning" which … Continue reading The Journey Home

A Day In the Life

12:01 am - I need to get some sleep, I thought. A small part of me wondered if sleep was going to happen. My "night-owl self" tried to talk me out of trying. "What's the point? You're only going to lie there in the dark, thinking about how you need to get some sleep. And you … Continue reading A Day In the Life

A Series of Vignettes: Being 15

Because my mother had me at the same age I had my daughter, I find myself comparing the changes in many aspects of our personalities, outlooks, culture and relationships. In doing this assignment for Writing 101, I thought it would be interesting to take a look at the differences in being 15 through the ages. … Continue reading A Series of Vignettes: Being 15