First, many thanks to everyone for stopping in for a read. November is a very busy writing month so I think it is great that we are all finding time to pop in and see what each other is writing/sharing. That said today, I wanted to share a few links for posts and blogs that… Continue reading NoNoPoBlano Sharing Post
Winter’s breath grows stronger: chilly, crisp. By Shari Marshall – 2020
Knock, Knock.Who’s there?A broken pencil.A broken pencil who?Never mind. It’s pointless! (Whee Winn’s book, lots of knock-knock jokes for kids) What do you call a cow that just had a baby?De-calf-inated. -(Whee Winn’s book, lots of knock-knock jokes for kids) A NaNoPoBlano post shared by Shari Marshall – 2020
The eyes in the baby sized head glow a pretty blue. It gives the white cracked skin an errie feel. On closer inspection it becomes apparent that the two glowing jars flanking the head hold various body parts. Dried blood coats the bottom of the shelf and hungry insects feed on it. Shelves like this… Continue reading The Shack
On November 1, 2020 I started following a new blog that I found while I was spending a few minutes checking out fellow NaNoPoBlano participants: No Talent for Certainty. You see on November 1, 2020 I spontaneously decided to join NaNoPoBlano for the first time. So, here we are on day #2 with my day… Continue reading Observers
So, I decided right this second that I am going to try NaNoPoBlano this November. It is November 1, 2020 and the challenge starts today. This is my first post of the challenge. It is my understanding that one of the goals for the challenge is to post something every day this month. The rest… Continue reading So NaNoPoBlano??
The coffee in my hands offers a nice contrast to the snowy ground outside. As I sip it slowly this morning watching the air I am mystified by the quick change in weather that now fills the mornings with air full of ice crystals and snowflakes. As October 31 crystallized into November the shift brought… Continue reading Our first November Coffee