Inspired by this week’s writing challenge: Know thyself. A common axiom, it’s a phrase that can carry many meanings, ranging from know who you are to know your place in the universe. “Come on, Alexis, you’re halfway through. Focus now.” the school … Continue reading Her Place in the Universe
For this week’s Photo Challenge, stimulate your creative process and imagine which of your images you would like to see gracing the cover of a book, an album, or a magazine. Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Cover Art
This summer we swam, Traveled to Niagara Falls, Saw some real mummies. But my kids only recall Food shopping and staying home. Inspired by this week’s Daily Post Weekly Writing Challenge Continue reading Summer Holidays Tanka
“I have to leave today, Olivia. I’m flying to Venice.” Zara’s bags were packed and waiting in the living room.
Olivia stopped chopping vegetables and turned from the kitchen counter to face her twin sister.
“What do you mean, you ‘have to leave today’? You just got here five days ago!” she contended. Continue reading “The Other Twin”
Mario hated the first day of the school year. At just nine years old, he was starting his fourth school. Teachers at his previous school would use big words to describe him, like “disruptive” and “impulsive”. No one explained to him what that meant. Nor why he always ended up on the “naughty chair”, as Miss Deans called it at his old school. She always seemed so cross with him. Continue reading “The New Kid”
Fabienne’s legs were still tingling and half asleep when the flight landed. She’d changed planes twice since leaving home two days ago but this final connection lasted almost 10 hours. At 20 years old, this was the first time she had … Continue reading A New Adventure