I breathe I breathe. In and out, long, extended inhales, purpose-filled exhales, meant to centre and restore focus in the chaos. I breathe. The rhythm matches the music in my ears. My lungs using muscle memory and auditory stimulation to allow my focus to explore my present work. I gasp, forgetting to breathe amidst the […]
Does anyone have tips for managing your multiple projects? Architecture or not.
A bit longer than planned, here’s what I’ve been up to for the past few months.
July, I started getting up early to write in the mornings. I’ve been sacrificing my rest because, well, I couldn’t sleep.
Singing sweetly of surrender,
Love, whole, soft and tender.
aligning the wrench just so
it cannot go
but behave as programmed.
after a marathon of steps,
too many to count.
Little fingers and toes, testing,
tasting everything in sight,
How can I unsee
when it pierces my skin?
row upon row upon row,
houses line up shoulder to shoulder
like little soldiers ready for battle.
She whispers words,
silent prayers woven
along with thread.
Hi Everyone! I wrote about some productive procrastination tools for NaNoWriMo over on the Wordsmith Studio Site. I hope you’ll take a peak and let me know what other tools you use for productive procrastination. Have a great day!
My response to the WordPress ‘Post A Day’ photo challenge: lines.
Remembering Joy I bought a bicycle last week. It’s a beautiful and inexpensive 1950’s single speed replica, but it’s all I need. I live near Lake Ontario, and I wanted to take advantage of the lakeshore bike routes this summer, though I’m terrified of riding through the city. I haven’t cycled since I was 14, […]
at play Hair brushed, outfits picked, each ready to take on the required role. Actors meet, shake hands, embrace, kiss, enact a story more mature than the princess gowns portray. A scene unfolds, enemies revealed but it’s not quite right. Back to the beginning and make it better, stronger. Once right the next scene unfolds. […]