(So pretty!) It’s What’s Up Wednesday time! What’s What’s Up Wednesday? Well… It’s this super cool awesome weekly meme started by Jaime Morrow and Erin Funk. If you want to participate you should link your What’s Up Wednesday posts to the list on Jaime’s blog so that we can all stop by and say, “Hi!” What I’m Reading I’m finishing up REBOOT… Read more »
Good Morning! I hope you’re all have a not so “stuck in the mud” humpday As a part of Ready. Set. Write. I’m participating in my first of many What’s Up Wednesday posts where I tell you what’s going on in my life 🙂 What I’m Reading It’s a great Adult Fantasy novel by the… Read more »
Today is the end, well almost nearly the end, of the first semester of my Sophomore year in college. And, it feels great! Why? Because I know every ending is really just a new beginning sad thing is it can often take a whole semester to learn/remember that.
NaNoWriMo is National Novel Writing Month and it’s basically a challenge to write a 50,000 word novel (or more) in 30 days–by the end of November 3oth. But before we get to NaNoing talk, I have some announcements!!!
If you haven’t seen this video then you need to.
Often teachers get pushed to the side as if what they do isn’t important but it really is, if it wasn’t for teachers where would we all be, you know?
–I write because it’s fun…writing for me is just like reading it takes me to new places, introduces me to new people, and if it’s especially daring can give me quite a thrill.
–I write because without writing I don’t know where I would be…writing keeps me going when times are hard, it has gotten me out of some of my darkest moments.
–I write because it’s what I’m good at…sure I’m good at many things but with writing its different, writing lets me know that I am amazingly talented even when I’m am ignored by others.
I write because I’ve done it forever…I’ve been writing forever, when I was little it was my way of communicating to the adult world my thoughts and feelings and now it is the way I best express myself.
So why should I stop now?
I have this sort of obsession with quotes, I love finding quotes that inspire me and placing them in various places, phone & computer backgrounds, Facebook page etc… For the past couple months I have been especially obsessed with the quotes of Albert Einstein, he was such a brilliant man! But today I happened upon this quote by George Bernard Shaw, author of the play that inspred my favorite movie (My Fair Lady).