Today’s prompt: write a poem in the form of a review. You can review either animate or inanimate […]
Today’s challenge: write a “pastoral” poem. Traditionally, pastoral poems involved various shepherdesses and shepherds talking about love and fields, but yours […]
Today’s challenge: write a poem that addresses itself or some aspect of its self (i.e. “Dear Poem,” or “what are my quatrains up to?”; “Couplet, come with me . . .”) This might seem a little meta at first, or even kind of cheesy. But it can be a great way of interrogating (or at least, asking polite questions) of your own writing process and the motivations you have for writing, and the motivations you ascribe to your readers.
This seems impossible. Oh well, What’s a challenge, without a challenge. First the outfit. I’m ready to go to my ASQ leadership meeting. I love these giant snaps on my favorite blue blazer. If anyone has tips
Okay,this picture shows I’m uncomfortable with this “Outfit of the Week” Project. My fashion blogger friend, says she always takes faces out of the post. I wonder if my face will start to look relaxed and comfortable as my project progresses.
I really, really want spring and warmer weather to get here. It’s not. It’s
I’m not going to post an outfit everyday. Holy smokes, I’m not that brave or that confident. Heck, I probably don’t even have enough clothes for that.
Maybe there’s some room in fashion for an unconscious competent. Someone who likes to get dressed and not think about it again.
Okay, this is a little way out of my comfort zone. A selfie. My hair is still wet from […]