Quotes

The Eagle on Your Credit Card

The Eagle on Your Credit Card

If Annie said it, I believe it. And she, of course, meant writing.

It is hard not to constantly compare other writers to Anne Lamott, she who thinks of things so ordinary as the eagle on your credit card as a way to help us aspiring writers know what we shouldn’t be chasing.

To Gain Some Clarity

To Gain Some Clarity

I recently tried, for the first time, to read Pride and Prejudice. After eighty pages, I gave up. My friend Sarah, who lent me the book on request, called it one of her “comfort books,” and I fully expected to find my place in the story. Perhaps it’s not my time yet, so let’s just say I hope to try again some day.

A Story About Story

A Story About Story

In my last post, I mentioned a story I wanted to tell. It’s a story about Story.

About a week ago, Story had a huge crying meltdown that lasted for a while due to her disappointment over not getting to play Nerf football in the rec room with the boys during a break from homeschool.