Every year the Universal Entertainment Division recognizes outstanding team members with the Woody’s Awards. Peers nominate each other in different categories and it culminates in an awards ceremony. Many choose to dress up and then we all enjoy an evening of entertainment and food, while celebrating achievements. Unfortunately, this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic,Continue reading “Day 10: Orchestrate”
I started this blog by looking through photos on my computer. Maybe I’ll see a pair of something that inspires me to write a post today. The first photo I found was taken in the town of Seligman, Arizona just off Route 66. It features a pair of lines! I stumbled upon this eclectic townContinue reading “Day 9: Pairs”
On a trip in April 2019, I drove under rocks through the Dixie National Forest on the way to Bryce National Park! Winding through the forest I saw stunning red rocks and rock formations called hoo-doos. These were just a tease to what I would eventually see at Bryce. Travelling “Utah’s First All-American Road”
On a cloudy day in Worcester, England, Abigail wondered onto a gravel path in the country. Blanketed by moss and grass, the whole place felt whimsical. I wonder what’s down this path? She thought. A breeze rustled the leaves and nudged Abigail towards her new discovery. “Alright, alright, I’ll walk down the street.” Each stepContinue reading “Day 4: Street”
“It’s not the music that’s a curse, it’s the absence thereof,” [Phee] says. (p. 116) King, Kerry Anne. Everything You Are. Lake Union Publishing, 2019.
It is possible to open yourself up to multiple experiences that leave real imprints on your life. Where to begin? I could write about a time I remained open-minded, or a time I felt open to new opportunities. I want to write some fiction using open as a theme, but alas writer’s block is veryContinue reading “Day 2: Open”