When I giggle at my goal as a fifth grader to write a story a day, collecting thick purple folders of words and pictures, stapled into books, I remember the process of learning to live a creative life. It was then that I realized the more I wrote, the more I had to write. The more… Continue reading Why Memoir Monday?
Stacey inspired me to post a review of my One Little Word for 2008: GIVE. I continue to be amazed by the way One Little Word can impact my life, my outlook, and my growth. This year I learned so much about giving . . . not just in the traditional sense, but in giving… Continue reading OLW Review.
Last night, Stacey & I put together our first digital story. Although it is quite rough, a bit cheesy, and borderline ridiculous -- the benefits far outweigh the potential embarrassing consequences of posting it. Between then and now, I've thought about the process that we engaged in while creating our digital story, as well as… Continue reading Reflecting on Digi-Storytelling
Liza Lee Miller said: Okay . . . here’s a question for you. As a teacher, as a writer, as an artist . . . what is the difference between a Writer’s Workbook and an Art Journal. My mother and sister keep art journals and ephemera is a huge part of that for them. I… Continue reading Writer’s Notebooks, Art Journals, Scrapbooking, Blogs???