Ah, that ever elusive topic of being responsible for oneself. Self responsibility seems like a rarity these days. Recently I overheard a woman explaining to a group of people why she got a DUI. Because, you know, it wasn’t really Continue reading Self-Responsibility
So in this month’s Merry-Go-Round blog post we were asked to talk about who influenced us as a writer. Next to that, in parenthesis, it said: (i.e. who would you like to be compared to?) When I was a teenager back Continue reading I Gotta Be Me….
Yes, I’m lifting blog prompts again. Can’t help it – I run across them and think to myself, “Hey, I have something to say about that.” Today’s lifted blog prompt is about a writer’s image. As the ‘celebrity’ networking, blogging, Continue reading Another Lifted Blog Prompt
In the past few days I’ve found myself in several discussions about what it means to be a woman in the United States. Evidently some conservative women now believe that us liberal feminists (neither of which are bad words unless Continue reading A Woman’s Worth
I think I posted once, many months ago, about how we can sometimes end up guilty by association. With social networking, and especially with people like me who use social networking to reach the widest audience possible, I have no Continue reading Who’s Your Daddy?
One thing I’ve learned over the years is you really can lead horses to water, but you can’t make them drink. This is especially true when it comes to teaching whether you’re training someone for a job or apprenticing a Continue reading Leading Horses to Water…
Into Darkness by Audrey Brice No good deed goes uncursed. When I agree to take some old ritual gear off of a local Order member, of course I end up with a cursed amulet. That’s just my luck. My name Continue reading Into Darkness