So I have had this blog for six years or more. And I love it. It’s totally random when I post, I don’t really promote it much (if ever), and I do it for me. In January 2013 I discovered Link parties. I loved them. It encouraged me to post on a weekly (okay, 3 or 4 times weekly) basis. Different questions picked each week, and different topics. But it was all fluff. It was nothing of substance. And I found myself looking for motivation to write on a more meaningful basis rather than answering what my three favorite pins were from Pinterest or what the contents of my wallet happened to be.
Tonight I discovered the Daily Writing Challenge. It looks like it might be the thing I am looking for. I don’t know if I will participate daily or just a few times a month. But I’m going to give it a try. Let’s see how it goes!
The challenge is named Three times Three. You can choose to write a post inspired by a response to the “Threes” photo challenge, or you can write your post based on three photos you supply. I chose some of the photos that were provided by the post and the memory that these pictures evoked in me.
Three Views Along the Shore by Sue Nash
Thus was the total of the weekend I had at Sandbridge. 80 women went away to the beach, where from 7pm Friday to 11am Sunday we were able to worship and learn together. We were divided into five different houses, and while we thought leaving at 230 would give us plenty of time to get there we ran into traffic issues on 264 and it took four hours to get there. Continue reading
(Re: Entry title: Name that Mother Goose nursery rhyme!)
So I’m home from a week of driving to various vacation related activities. After the chaos of work last week it was nice to get away for awhile. I had every intention of going to church before heading to the beach last Sunday, but after two days of fireworks and trying to clean my house I was just too dang tired. So I left for the beach, got there around three in the afternoon (just ahead of the thunderstorm) and plopped down and started to read. Four books, one bad sunburn, one quick 10-minute ocean dip, two serious bouts of carsickness, one visit with a friend and her husband, and four days later I came home. Yep, it was relaxing but at the same time it was almost very rushed.
Oh, and my mother is fired as my sunscreen application person. SPF 50 and two hours in the sun in the early morning, and I still turned my typical lobster red color. In lovely, random, Rorschach shaped patterns between my shoulder blades. Thank heavens I sleep on my stomach or I would have been miserable. Continue reading
Living where I do, in a town that has three other major towns within a two hour drive and several more within four hours, we get passed by on a regular basis. For someone like me who is a major theater junkie, that means that we frequently get passed by for various touring entertainment acts–concerts, plays, musicals, you name it.
But tonight was an exception.
Ever since BACI went bankrupt a few years ago we have not had many opportunities to enjoy touring Broadway shows. Well, for two nights, we got The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. (The third night was canceled for some reason). And it was a great blast of fun.
I have had the soundtrack ever since it won the Tony for best actor in a musical a few years ago, so I knew the words. Good thing, because the acoustics at the Mosque sucked as usual. Sorry, but it’s true. That place is just horrible for sound. But B, NoMH, and I had a blast, and it was a great way to kick off my vacation.
That’s right, I’m on vacation. My daddy is coming to town to power wash the house and help me clean out the yard (he keeps saying that is what husbands are for, and while NoMH helps it just doesn’t count) so I’m loving the fact that he’s coming down.
So hey! Great vacation thus far! Doesn’t get better than Broadway musicals!!!