Writing Goals for 2021

Happy weekend friends! I hope your day has been going well. It being January, I've been dwelling on plans for the year, and, while I did not make any new years resolutions this year, I have been thinking about what I would like to achieve this year as a writer. This is the list I've… Continue reading Writing Goals for 2021

Favorite Reads | 2o2o

Dear readers, here is a friendly preliminary message to inform you that this post was to be a scheduled post. Shocking, I know, but don't take it too personally. This post was written late in the night from an airport December 31, 2020 while waiting for a plane to take her from one state to… Continue reading Favorite Reads | 2o2o

NaNoWriMo 2o2o Recap

Ta-da! Here we are in December, seven days from Christmas, with me coming a couple weeks late with my NaNoWriMo recap. So, first things first, yes I did participate in NaNoWriMo this year despite never mentioning it so far. It was very last minute this year that I decided to participate in NaNoWriMo, which for… Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2o2o Recap

Poetry Journal Tour | ft. messy handwriting, pictures, and poems I sort of wrote

This year my homeschool co-op's junior class includes a seminar on writing poetry. I've been adoring this one, though it's hard to fit in poetry after working on chemistry and algebra and debate for hours each day. At the beginning of the year we were told to bring two things to class: the book we're… Continue reading Poetry Journal Tour | ft. messy handwriting, pictures, and poems I sort of wrote

Autumn Pictures

I think I've gone crazy with my new phone/new camera. I've always thought that the camera is one of the best aspects of a phone, but with getting a new phone and then autumn coming around, and everything so gloriously autumn, I've taken too many pictures to count. I hope you enjoy looking at some… Continue reading Autumn Pictures

Some very neat artists and pieces of art I find interesting

Lately I have been finding and stumbling across some very neat artists with very neat things they do and I've been sharing them with friends and realized I could make a list and share them here as a sort of collage of beautiful things. David Braud's family portraits have marvelous Norman Rockwell flavor which I… Continue reading Some very neat artists and pieces of art I find interesting

Bookbinder Poetry | collab with Emma from Seven Billion Smiles

Hulloooo and happy Monday! Today I have the wonderful pleasure of collaborating with the lovely Emma from Seven Billion Smiles. She started this blog with her younger sisters which to this day is one of my absolute favorites. Their drawings and poetry are gorgeous and conversations are always so refreshing. I find myself thinking back… Continue reading Bookbinder Poetry | collab with Emma from Seven Billion Smiles