Heading for the halfway mark in Haiku 366!
Why is it all the fun stuff flies by, but the daily grind of life plods along? I suppose it’s because we’re hard-wired for pleasure. Set me down in front of my computer with Scrivener o…
Source: Haiku 366-170 and -171
Since Sunday evening I’ve been at my yearly writergasm, Tinker Mountain Writers Workshop. My workshop this year is “Plot and Storytelling,” presented by Pinckney Benedict. I broug…
Source: Haiku 366-160 to 169
Source: Haiku 366-139 to 159
Source: Haiku 366-109 to -117
Source: Haiku 366-103 to -108
Adulting can certainly take time away from the fun things of life, like writing haiku, but I’m determined to meet that goal of 366 haiku in 2016.
Source: Haiku 366-97 through -102
I had to go to the lab today for bloodwork for a routine check up tomorrow, and the phlebotomist and I discussed baseball’s opening day.
Source: Haiku 366-96
A brown jay kept “visiting” me this morning while I was writing. It found hopping about on my deck furniture to be an amusing pastime, not to mention staring at me with beady, birdy eye…
Source: Haiku 366-95
On a drive through the country today, the wind blowing through a field of rye grass made it look white caps on a body of water. A lovely image.
Source: Haiku 366-94