THE OCEAN & US

The ocean sparkled and glittered, calming waves flowing to and fro.

The sand was cold but nice under our feet, a slight breeze in the evening.

Falling sun in the sky surrounded by pink hues

Where we married, basically just us two.

Tuxedo and lace gown,

Nothing too fancy, imperfectness bonding us together. ❤

-tmtf

Photo from Pixabay.com, by YangSunmo

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WRITE WHEN YOU CAN, FOR THE WORDS CAN QUICKLY DISAPPEAR

I think I’ve written a post or two before on this topic, but, here we go again. 🙂

One of the things I’ve found through trying to write my novel and my efforts at writing consistently (“consistently”) is that writer’s block is a very real and difficult thing.

Inspirational moments of intense, brilliant ideas sometimes are very few and far between. If you feel it, write it. Once it’s gone, it’s gone.

If you can’t find the words, take a break. This is only my opinion, and for others this doesn’t work. Continue reading “WRITE WHEN YOU CAN, FOR THE WORDS CAN QUICKLY DISAPPEAR”

EDITING… THE TEDIOUS TASK

The progress of my novel so far is… well, better than when I began blogging a few months ago.

Apparently my novel has a mind of it’s own, or perhaps it’s just my mind lacking proper skill and determination.

The toughest part for me has been the editing. Oh, the editing… I’ve been editing the thing for over a year. A year! I know, I know. Writing takes time. But a year is just so long if you think about it.

Continue reading “EDITING… THE TEDIOUS TASK”

TRACING LOVE

Love has strung together days, moments of

happiness for me.

Years went by without much of anything–

until we met.

Smiles, laughter, adventure, the newness of a newfound love.

I trace the days of “us” in your smile.

-tmtf

Photo from Pixabay.com, by AnnaER

via Daily Prompt: Trace

PART 3 – THE CRAZY THING – A SHORT STORY

Part 1, Part 2

“So, how would you like to pay?” The clerk asked the couple, standing behind the gleaming glass display of sparkling, expensive jewelry.

“Check.” Adrian responded, pulling a checkbook out of his pocket. Jane handed him a pen since she knew he’d forgotten his today. Continue reading “PART 3 – THE CRAZY THING – A SHORT STORY”

THE GREATEST COMPLIMENT A WRITER CAN GET & CELEBRATING 30 FOLLOWERS!

Hello lovely followers – thank you again for stopping by and taking a peek at my little writings. I began this blog March 11th, so it’s been about 3 months. 30 may seem small, but it isn’t to me, not at all. 🙂 So, thank you!

The best thing as a writer is to hear positive feedback. It honestly makes my day. I get a little bit like “Miranda Sings” in her show on Netflix when I see a new notification light up here! (If you’ve seen that show, you know what I mean.) It feels so awesome! Continue reading “THE GREATEST COMPLIMENT A WRITER CAN GET & CELEBRATING 30 FOLLOWERS!”