The invitation came from Leigh Anne. She's one of the slicers I've met in person. You'll feel like you've known her all your life about two minutes into your first conversation. There's no one better suited to host our writing retreat. I'm all in for this gathering!
Come join us in Leigh Anne's idyllic setting, "...a cabin tucked away in a world of lush green fields surrounded by beautiful flowers blooming under blue skies and perfect temperatures." There's only one thing I would need to add to this description and that would be sunny skies. Even though blue skies implies sunshine, I want to be sure it's there (spoken by the gal who may not see the sun until a week from tomorrow).
Writing Tools - I'll bring three notebooks for writing and my favorite pencil pouch filled with a variety of medium point (never thin!) writing implements. I may try out some of your favorites before I arrive so I can add to my collection. And of course, I'll include sticky notes.
When our book club gathers for our annual (except for the last three years 😢) retreat in March, I bring frozen cookie dough (of my own making) and milk for a midnight snack. Everyone loves to see me disappear into the kitchen and return with cold milk and hot cookies. I'm sure our on-site chef will allow me access to the kitchen for this late night treat.
Quote - " If you are seeking creative ideas, go out walking. Angels whisper to a (wo)man when (s)he goes for a walk." - Raymond Inman (parentheses added by yours truly)
I hope you'll join us! You can find the invitation here. The hardest part will be quieting the chatter for writing time. But we'll look forward to sharing our writing and our hearts at that midnight gathering around the fire.
is my eleventh year of participating in the March Slice of Life Story
Challenge. This year I'll be mining my memories for stories to share.