March has been a pretty hard month for me and my family. Two weeks ago we lost my Granda Billy. Grief is a strange thing. Sometimes it feels like a physical thing, like a physical weight on your chest. Sometimes it is purely mental, and your mind is buzzing with thoughts that just won’t seem […]Read More March: Not a review, but a rememberance
Adventure. Something we all crave. Husband and I have just come back from a fine adventure in the big smoke, old London town! Back in September 2017, husband turned 30 and as a gift our friends group bought him two tickets to see “A Long Days Journey into Night,” a play written by Eugene O’Neill. […]Read More London Travels
Hello blogging world, Heather is back and believe it or not I haven’t touched my blog in over three years! That is a long time not to be writing. Well…I have been writing, but just not anything the general public have been privy to. I first started this blog when I was in a darker […]Read More Getting back into it
Here is the final instalment of my successful night of writing in the 642 Things to Write About book by the San Francisco Writer’s Grotto.
I had passed this particular prompt on many occasions when flipping through this book, and it was last night when an image just popped into my head and I decided to create it. It is supposed to be a short story, and maybe some people will argue that what I have written is a short story, but to me however, I think it is more of a “meet-cute.”
Here is the second instalment of my successful night of writing in the 642 Things to Write About book by the San Francisco Writer’s Grotto.
This particular prompt took me down a path that was a littler darker than I had intended. You know the way you start out with an idea, and fully intend on writing it down, but when you start putting pen to paper something else just seems to emerge from the depths of your brain? Well that is what happened with this prompt.
It’s been a while since I last updated my blog, and a lot of things have happened. The two jobs that I applied for in a local museum here in my very own city of Derry-Londonderry were rejected. So I’ve taken to writing to help me to occupy my mind and time.Read More Writing To Keep Busy
It’s funny how the world works. Sometimes it is best just not to question it, and enjoy the things it throws at you.Read More A Happy Turn of Events
Patience is a virtue. That’s what they say. Over the 24 years of my life, so far I’ve been a very patient person. I may have not had patience when it came to things like waiting to get presents on Christmas morning, or on your Birthday, but other than that, I’ve been a pretty patient person.Read More Patience is a Virtue
This is a blog I’ve been looking to write for a while, and now that my head isn’t buried in application forms, I think I may just get on with writing it. One of my favourite characters of all time is The Joker from Batman. There has always been something about The Clown Prince of […]Read More Make ’em Laugh – Joker Style
I haven’t written a blog in a good few days now, I feel like I’ve been missing something! Why haven’t I written in the past few days? Well I’ll been filling out job application forms, and to be honest with you, it’s been stressful, but surprisingly enjoyable at the same time. I’ve been filling in […]Read More The Process of Form Filling