Category Archives: blogging is writing

SUMMER DOLDRUMS

Last winter’s record snow. Did this cool you off? The dictionary says that doldrums is a spell of listlessness or despondency, or a state of inactivity, stagnation or slump. There’s also a location in the ocean near the equator abounding … Continue reading

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THE GOOD AND THE BAD OF 2010

My good friend, Linda Apple, got me to thinking a lot about what I’ve been up to this past year and what might be coming in the new year. And most especially what I might have had to do with … Continue reading

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LIFE GETS IN THE WAY

For all the years I’ve been writing, I’ve listened to nearly every excuse there is for not writing. I think the one heard most often is “Life got in the way.” Writers, if you’re sincerely into your creative profession, that’s … Continue reading

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