Why Black History Month is Still Important to Me: Sunday Writing Prompt

Each February, I discover more of the past, through the many blog posts and Facebook posts with information on the inventions and contributions of Blacks to American culture. As a little girl, I loved Black History Week, and I was ecstatic when it was made a monthly celebration. Learning of the strength and courage of... Continue Reading →

When Nobody’s Wrong: The Sunday Writing Prompt

This week, Mindlovemisery's Menagerie asked us to consider the concept of Two Minds at Loggerheads. “Loggerheads as in minds in conflict from which there doesn’t seem a simple solution.” We can't seem to find any common ground, And find that two minds at loggerheads is bad. So, maybe we will agree to disagree sometimes, Because... Continue Reading →

Knowing What’s Important in Life: The Weekend Shop

From Mindlovemisery's Menagerie for the Sunday Writing Prompt The owners, Maeve and Thomas, could have made more money, but they refused to deviate from being open only from Friday to Sunday. The rest of the week, they enjoyed their lives and baked the mouth-watering pastries and breads they proffered to customers who gathered together to... Continue Reading →

Letting Our Alter Egos Free When We Travel: Sunday Writing Prompt

College fCollage from Mindlovemisery's Menagerie for the Sunday Writing Prompt The assignment from Mindlovemisery's Menagerie for the Sunday Writing Prompt for April 12, 2020 is to write a poem or prose using the collage above as the prompts. Away from the ordinariness of my life, I allowed my other selves free reign. I became a... Continue Reading →

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