I know I’m way behind. I completely forgot about Saturday’s “Sweet Talkin” post, even though I have two planned in drafts; I so have not kept to a one letter a day schedule, and my writing projects suffer horrifically. But it was purely Providential that the night I decided who to address this letter to,… Continue reading Dear Drifted
Two of my most favorite things are knowledge and sustenance. There’s little I wouldn’t do to acquire both. In fact, there are quite a few things I’ll do for books and food that I refuse to do for most people. For the means to get to the library, a bookstore, restaurant, or fast food place,… Continue reading Things I’ll Do For Books and Food
Whilst messing around Google to search links for questionnaires, surveys, and the like, I stumbled across this lovely page: 25 Beautifully Illustrated Thought-Provoking Questions …and I’m going to answer some of them. (The questions I skipped were just too obvious for me. They weren’t challenging enough to answer.) Alas, I can’t provide the same kind… Continue reading Questions To Make You Think
Movie heroines who can’t adapt really bother me. When a privileged girl is forced to move from her urban lifestyle to a run-down country cottage, I expect her to make the best of things. When a woman agrees to an arranged marriage of convenience, I’m going to be angry if she doesn’t at least try… Continue reading How To Adapt
In which Beth must apologize.
Letter Challenge Day Twelve – The Person I Hate The Most & Has Caused Me Much Pain In a perfect world I would skip this letter. In a perfect world I’d have no one to direct it to. The first time I read this assignment I must have tricked myself into thinking I was in… Continue reading Dear So Not Dear
Sweet-heart. Seems pretty straightforward. Your heart is sweet. You make my heart feel sweet. However you look at it, the meaning gets across pretty well. I read somewhere that this term was derived from doctors in the olden days who defined a person’s character by their heart. Thus the terms coldhearted, lighthearted, heavyhearted, and the… Continue reading Sweet Talkin Saturday: Sweetheart