In March while out thrifting I bought some items for my store. I hope to be posting some of those things soon. Right now I'm still cataloging and getting some items ready to list.
I also made some purchases for myself for my birthday. Besides pottery, I bought a book, $.50 (cents!!) titled The Daily Writer by Fred White.
It is 366 lessons for helping you hone your writing skills. The book starts out with lessons and they are labeled chronologically, following the calendar year. Since, this is obviously NOT JANUARY...and April 1st was yesterday... I'm starting with the first lesson as though I'm right on track. Make sense?
I'm kind of excited about it. This is something I've often thought about doing; but haven't practiced much.
No, I'm not talking about what I do here on my blog.
In fact, it's nothing like that.
When I write...here...
I write as though I'm having a conversation. It's broken thoughts.
Written down as a journal of sorts...but freely shared with all of you!
I have dabbled in poetry all of my life. Don't we all? I've not ever been published. I'm more private in my poems. Except for what limericks I've shared over with you over the years. When I write, I am usually inspired to write poetry for special or memorable occasions.
So among many of the things that I am already doing in my days, I am taking a little bit of time for me. I don't know that I'll ever write a book. But I am looking forward to the challenge of writing something everyday or almost every day.
Who knows... I may post something here for you to read, ...though don't hold your breath.
I know you say... "but I'm reading this, here and now.
What's the difference?"
Uhm... well, I dunno!
It's just different.
Anyway, that is something new on the home front for me. Just thought I'd share it here with you.
I found my book used while out thrifting.
I've included a link for you if you'd like to check it out!
*just a reminder the amazon links in this post are affiliate links. Thank you!
Draw near to God and He will draw near to you. ~ James 4:8