Monthly Archives: November 2016

Let’s Hear It For The Weirdos

“There is no way of telling people that they are all walking around shining like the sun.”  ~Thomas Merton, Trappist Monk and Mystic~ Saturday I pulled up stakes in Carrabelle Beach and headed north, stopping overnight in Macon to share … Continue reading

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Spirits of Thanksgiving

Through some writer pals who live in Georgia I’ve discovered the Decatur Writers Studio, a “learning and working resource for writers in the Atlanta area.” It’s on my radar today because of a hashtag I saw that caught my interest,“#DWSsixwordstory.” DWS is inviting … Continue reading

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North Florida Coast

I am writing this post from the Carrabelle Beach RV Resort in Carrabelle, Florida. I arrived yesterday afternoon after two days’ drive from Boone, and met up with dear friends from Indiana (an MFA buddy and her husband) who have … Continue reading

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The Darkness

“Lord, if this is how you treat your friends, it is no wonder you have so few.” St. Teresa of Avila I thought I’d give a little more background regarding this spiritual desert I’m currently in, my frustration – no, … Continue reading

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Shalom, Y’all

When I was working on my MFA in Creative Writing, one of the books that was required reading was Tim O’Brien’s  The Things They Carried. Set in Viet Nam during the war, the book focuses on several soldiers in a platoon. … Continue reading

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