I just got my Mac back from the computer hospital after his power supply died three weeks ago. Because I didn’t have my computer in my office writing space I didn’t feel much like writing. I tried writing longhand in Continue reading My Mac is Back: Finding Your Writing Space
Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart. William Wordsworth I went to bed much earlier than usual last night so at 5:30 this morning I was up at the computer and ready to write. I woke up with Continue reading The breath of your heart
too many things to do…sometimes poetry and writing take a back seat. I hope to have a new post by Saturday! Keep writing! Lovingly, The Writing Nag
I got up and went to the gym early today so as soon as I’m off work I’ll be back with a post I’ve been working on. Living Social has a 50% off Gift Card to Amazon today. Save $10 Continue reading time to write
I just received my membership card for 2011 and read in the accompanying letter that Poets.org receives approximately 1 million visits each month. It’s often said that only poets read poetry but I think that more people are reading and Continue reading Academy of American Poets
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The Poet’s Trade by Amy Lowell No one expects a man to make a chair without first learning how, but there is a popular impression that the poet is born, not made, and that his verses burst from his overflowing Continue reading The Poet’s Trade
This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of TABASCO® Original Red. All opinions are 100% mine. One of the food gifts I received this year was Split Pea soup mix layered in a glass Mason jar. The Continue reading Original Red-An American Classic
Sunday 27th December 1801 A fine soft beautiful, mild day with gleams of sunshine. I lay in bed till 12 o clock, Mr Clarkson’s man came, we wrote to him…Dorothy Wordsworth The Grasmere Journals I’ve kept a journal for more Continue reading A fine soft beautiful day
“The merry year is born Like the bright berry from the naked thorn.” Hartley Coleridge Happy New Year! Welcome 2011! Although I love New Year’s Day I’m not a fan of New Year’s Eve so promptly after I watched the Continue reading Welcome 2011!