And so here are the final five days ‘stones’… 26. Wild, wet Sunday. Gusting to gale force makes the roof flex. Safe and warm indoors. Elemental versus fundamental – eternal battle. 27. Breathe in, breathe out, breathe in, breathe out – awareness. 28. Decision made; a good decision just for having been made; a right decision.… Continue reading January Mindful Writing Challenge – days 26 to 31
Insomnia – an old acquaintance. Lights on in some neighbouring houses tell me I’m not the only one who isn’t tucked up. I sit in the night-quiet living-room, sipping camomile tea, reading, hearing the ticking clock, waiting for my eyes to fall heavy. Hoping to get a couple of hours before dawn.
As I mentioned before, I’m taking part once again in A River of Stones (AROS) – a mindful writing challenge during the whole of January . The plan is to write and post a small ‘stone’ every day throughout January. You can find out more from the Writing Our Way Home blog – just click on the link… Continue reading Welcome to the January River – a month of mindful writing
22. I babysit my tiny granddaughter while her parents register her birth. It’s official – we’ve all moved on, moved up. My girl marvels at her new status – mother to a daughter – and we slowly absorb our new roles. A personal advent is over. 23. A final push and we arrive at our… Continue reading Last four stones on the advent trail…
As I mentioned here on Nov 26th, I’ll be taking part in Writing Our Way Home’s http://www.writingourwayhome.com river of stones writing month in January. It was something I very much enjoyed doing last January and I’m looking forward to it. But aside from that, I’ve also decided to do a collection of Advent stones and I’m… Continue reading Stones for Advent – small winter gems of writing