Returning for year nine of writing daily in March with my Slice of Life writer friends! Check out Two Writing Teachers for more slices of life occurring every day in March.
Sharing the posts I didn't write today . . .
The one that's already written in my writer's notebook - school memories, inspired by Allison Berryhill who I met through the writing community at ethical ela. I want to go back to her blog and read her Writing Through Covid-19 posts.
Pictures from my walks the past two weeks
Trigger words - No, I'm not talking about words that make me anxious. These would be the words that stop me in my tracks to click on a link when I scroll through the postings from our very large community of writers.
Our book club's slate of books for next year and why I'm disappointed
How much I miss spending three days of my week with Jack and Robby
The trip I'm supposed to be on right now
Things I collect - a surprising list I started when I read someone else's post and thought, "I don't collect anything."
Three slicer voices I miss
Inspiring thoughts I've collected this month
Hubby's response as we waited for the return of daughter's COVID-19 test (it was negative)
Grammy delivers for sick kids (I may have written this one already, it's why I really should label my posts.)
Too many writing notebooks
Mentor texts from Elisabeth - Quarantine Reading & Comparing Days - Usually...Today
Plans for Sunday - A Special Day of Fasting and Mighty Prayer
I still haven't started, but am so inspired by a fellow blogger (help me remember who she is) who showed us pages from her notebook and encouraged us to journal during this time. Getting started today!
Why I wish TWT would provide us with an Excel spread sheet of blogger names with links to their blog
Zoom neophyte to Zoom creator in five short days
So many posts, never enough time! Even with staying at home as part of my new normal, I still can't read and respond to all the posts I wish to read.
More mentor texts, these two from One Blessed Block - Gratitude Countdown and That's Me
And one more blog that's filled with mentor texts for a month of writing, Lit Coach Lady, who's writing all month using sparks from Natalie Goldberg's book, Old Friend from Far Away: The Practice of Writing Memoir.
Let me know if there's one you want me to write in the remaining six days. It happens every year! As I enter the final week of March SOL, I discover that I have more posts I want to write than days left in the month!