One late October night, Jenny was all tucked in to bed with her dog, Billy, by her feet. She was just closing her eyes when she heard some noises coming from outside her window, not able to distinguish what it was.
With Labor Day in the US coming up soon, our amazing writing instructor, Carolyn Wedin, encouraged us to write about the worst job we've ever had. Does this topic bring up any stories for your worst job? Post it in the comments below!
Jason and I spent last weekend surviving in the woods of the Superior National Forest.
There was a contest in my village to live in the library for a year - an entire year! Since I’m a book worm with no family around, this sounds like the perfect way for me to spend a year! Surprisingly, I was the only person who submitted for the contest so I won! I had a few months notice so I let my landlord know I’d be moving out and put my few belongings into storage.
This week's writing group assignment was to write about any of the following things. Using similes and metaphors, write as a story using 50 words each.
My writing group assignment was to write about six positive turning points in life in 50 words or less for each event. <50 words is hard to tell a story!
I love Fall! This colorful, cool time of year brings out the Martha Stewart in me.
Our latest travels took us to England for 10 days where we visited Oxford, Nottingham, Chester, and London.
Jim was working in his garden on this hot summer morning in the upper Midwest, taking care of his vegetables and proud of his hard work. He enjoys seeing the fruits of his labor produce big tomatoes and peppers that he'll use to make salsa, heirloom squash he can enjoy all winter, zucchini he'll get his fill of and share with his neighbors...
I signed up to do a ropes course because I love a good challenge and an experience. I'm also terrified of heights. So when I saw the event pop up in Facebook I was immediately interested.