I lightly call my summer blog post “Surviving Summer Funtimes.” And honestly, I have no reason to believe my children or family or neighbors will necessarily get to survive anything anymore. We all go out in public, to school, to work, to concerts and restaurants, to places of worship, to the outside, and we run the risk of not returning. Continue reading Surviving Summer Funtimes or Anything at This Point
I am honored to have been interview again by the fabulous folks at Women on Writing. We spoke of writing humor and trying not to lose it completely when our kids start playing instruments.
You can read the essay the interview is about here.
And the interview itself here.
My deepest gratitude to WOW for all they do for writers. Come for the writing guidance, stay for the outstanding fiction and non-fiction!
More from the world of WOW! Women on Writing.
I’m pleased as punch to share that an essay I wrote for their quarterly contest made the top three. You can check out my essay and the many fabulous other winners over at WOW.
Then poke around the site. There are so many good resources for writers, but so much of the advice also applies just to Life Itself in all sorts of circa-1984-Prince.
Many thanks to WOW!