We moved yesterday. Our internet is now up, but I just rolled out of bed after a night with howling cats because they got scared in a new place. It sounded like a trip to the vet. I moved boxes and papers and cleared a space on my computer table to slide my computer in front of Vince’s.
Autty Jade is my guest hostess next week. You will remember she hosted a few weeks ago about the topic, “New Beginnings.” Don’t forget to leave your comments and pingbacks on their blogs for today and next Wednesday.
Thank you for your love of quotes and writing. I’ll be visiting all the pingbacks, too. 🙂
See you back here on Always Write in two weeks. Thanks for joining us. 🙂
My long-time blogging friend is the first guest host of #WQWWC. This week’s topic, “New Beginnings” has many facets, your life, your goals, a new year full of promise.
Autty shared a beautifully illustrated raw and vulnerable story of her life and her hopes for the future. Share what matters to you using quotes that reflect the meanings you choose to highlight in “New Beginnings.
For a long stretch of time, I nuzzled through the moon-bathed Past like a mud-caked armadillo. Without thought, an armored little automaton, I snouted through nests of blaspheme vine and toppled barbed-wire fences, scrabbled about pale, mortuous spines of driftwood, and plashed into oiling, mist-cloaked swamps.
It seems my mind went on pause sometime shortly before she died.
“My characters are drifters and searchers and they look for something. The journey is a state of mind for them.” -Wim Wenders
Something wound round me, protective, choking, like a strangler fig. A pinhole sparked through the muscled arms of roots, providing a strange, light-and-shadow-view of the world.
“The mind is its own place, and in itself Can make a heaven of hell, a hell of heaven.” -John Milton
I always loved dead and withered things. The the smell of sun-baked bones and the exhaust of moldered leaves glinting like tar…
Colleen and Ronovan’sWriter’s Quotes Wednesday Writing Challenge is back! This is your opportunity to choose a quote to match the topic of the week and write something about it.
Flex your creative muscles and tell your readers what you think about the topic of the week using your favorite quote.
Each week I will post a different topic like freedom, chance, change, happiness, adventure, miracle, and unity – some of the many examples of topics from the past.
Pick a quote to match the week’s topic.
Write a response on your blog with a title that suits your post.
Cut and paste #WQWWC logo if you want to use it.
Use #WQWWC hashtag to get more views.
Paste a link to your post on my weekly post in Mr. Linky.
Or past a link in my comment section. I will visit your blog and comment.
Visit other blogger’s who have participated and leave them an encouraging comment.
This Week’s Topic – LIGHT or LIGHTS
I am inspired by Terri Webster Schrandt’s Sunday Stills Photo Challenge topics for December 13th. – Light or lights
Lights might be physical like the Christmas decorations we see lit up in people’s yards and in their homes. Lights glow. People light up when we see them. We have a certain glow when we are happy.
Don’t take this lightly, but the word lighthas many meanings, sixteen as a noun alone according to Merriam Webster. Even the word lights has two meanings. The second meaning is “the lungs especially of a slaughtered animal,” again from Merriam.
Light is also a popular verb with five definitions, two as a transitive verb and three more as an intransitive verb. Watch old movies and watch almost every actor and actress light up. Education about the dangers of smoking and the process of vaping has put an end to that light connection.
As an adjective you might use as many as 19 different meanings as you think about writing a light verse or a light comedy script.
I’m looking forward with a light heart to whatever you have to write. Quotes abound. Let one of them light up your imagination.