Category Archive: Writing

Why Georgia?

“I am driving up 85 in the Kind of morning that lasts all afternoon Just stuck inside the gloom ———- Four more exits to my apartment but I am tempted to keep the… Continue reading

A New Favorite: Pinteresting Wednesday

It’s here! Wednesday’s Pinteresting post! I used to kinda dread Wednesdays… not just because it’s “hump day” (slump day?), but because I was always at a loss for a great post. I had… Continue reading

Spammers Galore

This past week I found my spam comments (apparently they’re sometimes called “blam“). I’ve blogged here for over a year and never once have I gone in to take a look at the… Continue reading

Left Brain, Right Brain… Right Brain, Left Brain

Source: Mercedes Benz ad Ad copy reads: (Left:) “I am the left brain. I am a scientist. A mathematician. I love the familiar. I categorize. I am accurate. Linear. Analytical. Strategic. I am… Continue reading

Change

On September 9, 2011, I started a 30-Day Blog Challenge. To see all 30 prompts for this challenge (and Day 1′s response), click here. And then return to Life is Grace until October… Continue reading

Pet Peeves

On September 9, 2011, I started a 30-Day Blog Challenge. To see all 30 prompts for this challenge (and Day 1’s response), click here. And then return to Life is Grace until October 9th, to read my… Continue reading

10 Words

I saw this on Pinterest the other day, and thought it was really funny. Aside from the fact that it irks me when words are misused and misspelled (especially when those words are in… Continue reading

Overhyped?

One of the most interesting news headlines I heard/read yesterday (Monday, August 29) came from the Today Show, where Ann Curry asked if Hurricane Irene had been overhyped. She even tweeted the question:… Continue reading

Obligated?

Do you feel obligated to finish all books you start reading? A friend of mine asked me this question the other day and it started me thinking. So I thought I would blog… Continue reading

My Father’s Dragon

“When you read a book as a child, it becomes a part of your identity in a way that no other reading in your whole life does.” ~ Nora Ephron (You’ve Got Mail)… Continue reading