We all have magic inside us J. K. Rowling You live about eighty years and at best you get about six minutes of pure magic George Carlin Love is the closest thing we have to magic Jay Ann Magic is really very simple, all you have to do is want something and then let yourselfContinue reading “Day 25: Magic”
I enjoyed my own kind of elixir today.
Here is a peak into the music i love to listen to!
Today I wrote some haiku about architecture! Please enjoy.
There is one scent at Bath and Body Works that I would literally bathe in: Sweater Weather. It is in my opinion the BEST fall scent and I can not get enough of it. The first time I smelled it I bought 2 tubes of lotion. Then I ordered candles online. I wasn’t sure ifContinue reading “Day 15: Scent”
Teach. Teacher. Learn. School. Skill. Experience. These are a few words that come to mind when I think about the word teach. Many have said now is the perfect opportunity to learn something new. While we sit at home listening to news and reading about current developments concerning the pandemic, there isn’t much we thinkContinue reading “Day 13: Teach”
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”
A short story created for the NYCMidnight Flash Fiction challenge in 2017. I was given 48 hours, a genre, location, and object to write a 1,000 word story.
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”