Yes, today is the first day of November, marking the beginning of NaNoWriMo, which means we have roughly 30-days to write 50,000 words. Are you participating in this challenge? If you are, I hope you have all your notes, research, and other stuff together you have planned out that way, you'll have no trouble making … Continue reading What is National Novel Writing Month?
Yes, tonight is Fright Night. So you better be careful and look around each corner as you walk down the road because you never know what might be hiding on the other side. You might be stalked by something mysterious in the shadows behind you. It could be a ghoul, goblin, vampire, witch, werewolf, monster, … Continue reading Fright Night!
Welcome! It's a rainy day, which always puts me in a lazy mood, with only two days left to finalize your preparations. What does this mean? Means I need to get into gear. I still have a lot of research to get done. How about you? Yes, my layout is, for the most part, filled … Continue reading Final Preptober – Are You Ready?
Have you ever gone to the waterside to listen to the waves? Well, that is what Cliff and I did with our family last weekend. There was a park in Surfside. It was a most enjoyable day with a playground for the kids to play on. Fishing to be done—the beauty of watching as the … Continue reading A Time To Relax
There are many reasons to do a journal. It could be to express yourself whether you are angry or upset. Maybe you are happy and want to make a record of the experience. To read at a later time to remember how you felt. As a writer, it essential to have a journal. To write … Continue reading Why Is Journaling Important?
Now that the temperature is no longer above a hundred, I make it a daily task to sit outside to enjoy the fresh air. As the breeze blows off the Gulf, it keeps the temperature not too hot. I love this time of year. The leave change color to decorate the landscape. However, it happens … Continue reading Autumn Is Here!
Houstonians sought a getaway from the busy city. They came to the Kemah Boardwalk, which is only 30 minutes southeast of Houston. It is a prime spot to look forward to boating, fishing, dining as well as shopping from boats to souvenirs. In 1997 Kemah boardwalk was formed now; it’s 60-acres large. There is something … Continue reading The Thrill of Kemah Boardwalk
We made a ham this year, who knew we would have so much Gratin Potatoes and ham leftover. Well, I decided we need to figure out a way to eat all this food. My creativeness came out; this is what we got Ham and Au Gratin Potatoes Casserole. It is quick and simple; you can … Continue reading Ham and Au Gratin Potatoes Casserole Texas Style
Well, it is the start of a brand new year. Did you make your list of resolutions? You know the list that usually contains half of the year before for the sheer fact that they didn’t get completed. No Worries I’ll just add it to next year’s list; maybe they’ll get done. Yeah, you know … Continue reading It’s A Brand New Year!
Well, the end of the year has arrived. I usually take this time to reflex on all the things that have happened within the year. Good as well as bad; it can be astounding to realize some of the things that you endured within a year. Another thing I like to look at is the … Continue reading Happy New Year Eve