A poem finished. Hope you all are having fun summers. 😉

[Back story: Before the beginning of one school year,  my  teacher had us do a fun question sheet. One question asked, ‘Whats the most exotic place you’ve been?’ My answer: ” Uh… Branson Missouri.” Really, I don’t get around much. Here’s the poem inspired by that.]

What is Exotic?

Grandpa’s farm is Exotic to me Continue Reading »


The feeling didn’t start till 8th grade; The feeling that I could be doing more. I had stopped doing ballet the year before and suddenly a light bulb of realization turned on.

First I looked back and saw all the days of practicing since kindergarten hadn’t been filled with as much purpose as I thought. Oh yes, I loved ballet, (still do) but it didn’t seem to fulfill the inner goal in my heart. It was sort of like a long passage of description at the beginning of a book. Sure it may be interesting enough , but it does nothing to move the story along. Continue Reading »

Five Minute Friday

I’m learning to love Fridays. Today’s word (funny, I was thinking about this) Story.


When I look back on my life story, I sometimes see a bore. Continue Reading »

Happy Fourth of July Everyone! Hope your BQ or whatever traditions you have work out nicely. 😉

Today, movie conversations:

[A mother/daughter movie: Merida and her mother, Queen Elinor, clash in Brave. ©2012 Disney/Pixar. All Rights Reserved.]

I saw Brave a little while ago. I liked it. Before I saw it I was scared it would be one of those ‘Girl are awesome so we should act like men’ sort of movie. Okay, I learned my lesson. Never judge a movie by its preview.

So, what conversations can be started by this movie? Continue Reading »

Hey y’all,

I’ve been busy at a two day work shop on writing essays, so needless to say my brain has been taxed a bit, but while factional information has been depleted, my fictional abilities were begging to be used. So, below is a story I hope you enjoy. 😉 A bit silly and little childish, but I find it funny. Hope you enjoy.

The Dragon Show

            Malory Janet seems like a normal girl. She goes to school, she does her homework and she does her chores. Of course Mrs. Macgregory new otherwise. Malory visited Mrs. Macgregory, the little old lady, who lived on Malory’s street. Her house on the outside looked like a little old ladies house, with flowers in front of the porch, but inside there were exotic plants everywhere. Covering the walls where paintings of Lions, beavers, Kangaroos and gorillas. Continue Reading »

You know what drives me crazy? unanswered questions. If they hang unanswered long enough, I start not even caring what the answer is. I just want the puzzle to be complete. The story to be finished.

I Want the Answers. Continue Reading »

It’s a risk to do a lot of things.

I don’t like taking risks.

I like knowing all my options and if I have to do something about it, I’ll pick the path of least risk. Better safe than sorry and all that.

Problem: The path of least risk is not always where God wants you. Continue Reading »

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