Abandoning all hope may be your only saving grace

I hope every day. I hope for my children to be happy and secure. I hope my husband feels everyday how much I adore him and that my marriage will be long. I hope for my parents and in-laws to always know that I appreciate them and for all my siblings and close friends to … Continue reading Abandoning all hope may be your only saving grace

Joy Ride

The Red Writing Hood assignment this week,  from Write on Edge , was to write about a journey, specifically a road trip. Think about who is in the car. Where are they going and why? What’s on the radio or what are the travelers talking about? In 300 words or less, create a fiction or … Continue reading Joy Ride

Not For the Faint of Heart, Apply at Your Own Risk

38-year-old wife and mother seeking an assistant wife. Duties include, but not limited to: bill paying, transportation services, catering, laundry services, home organization, educational assistance, housekeeping, and party planning. Must not value personal space or have strong attachments to personal items. Must be prepared to share clothes with a teenager, with the knowledge that borrowed … Continue reading Not For the Faint of Heart, Apply at Your Own Risk

Curtain Call

The Red Writing Hood assignment this week,  from Write on Edge , was our first love – and our first heartbreak. The assignment was to write a piece where we explore the first broken heart for our character – or for ourselves. Word limit is 500. One really big heartbreak stood out, and that was … Continue reading Curtain Call

Denim Denial

Although I didn’t get this done in time to post on Friday, AGAIN, the Red Writing Hood assignment this week,  from Write on Edge , was about jeans. We all have a relationship with jeans. They can make us feel a range of emotions, and this week we were asked to write a piece in … Continue reading Denim Denial