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
What if we could do it all over again? “I just don’t think you’re worthy of a promotion,” Augustus shrugged. I was seated across the table from my manager in the meeting room, in the process of receiving my annual employment … Continue reading Take Two: Rewriting History
Yay! The thought of December gets me good and giddy with glee. I look forward to partying, eating, and generally goofing off. It’s the silly season and I’ll use that as any excuse for why I’m not my usual industrious self. … Continue reading 10 Reasons I’m Excited It’s December 🎄
“And what are you, Miss?” the brightest one of the bunch asked. She was clearly the most forward one of the group and the others had probably egged her on to ask the question. “What do you mean, Fearne?” I … Continue reading Digging For Roots (WW Challenge)
“Are you sure your husband won’t mind?” “No, Why should he? Why would he?” I asked. He continued: “Because you’re having lunch with a strange man.” I sighed and continued. “First of all, you’re not a strange man. Not to … Continue reading The Food of the Gods
Pick a famous literary character who suffers a tragic end and write a monologue from their perspective, on how everything’s going to work out just fine. Tower of London, 18 May 1536 Dear Agony Aunt Bathilda, I am writing with the … Continue reading Oh The Irony!