Definitely! Anything to remind me, not to take myself or life too seriously.
Anytime, anywhere! One of the greatest lessons I learned while studying the life of the great composer Bach. Did you know he had twenty kids? He was a college professor, a husband, a father, a Christian who played music at church. All this, and he still found time to compose masterpieces that speak to us… Read more »
The rosary. I pray it daily and truly believe it is the key to my creativity. So much grace is poured out to us through the rosary. We all need grace, and I want to grab up as much of it as possible.
I would be a magic crayon. As you draw a line, it would change through all the colours of the sunset. Any ideas on how to make that work?
Winter, winter, winter! I love the snow, the slower pace this season brings, and the cold makes me feel so cozy and content inside my warm home, plus hot tea tastes even better on a cold day.
Cake parade! My children and I love watching baking shows, and I would love to see edible floats sculpted out of cake! New series? Anyone? Don’t you know a cupcake is a muffin that believed in miracles.
This one is easy, as it’s always the same. 1. Tea! My favourite is David’s Tea. 2. My spiral notebook. 3. My favourite pens, Paper Mate InkJoy gel pens in every colour. 4. The story that I am currently working on, printed off and full of scribbles, and edits from the day before. 5. Thesaurus,… Read more »
I want my writing to be considered lyrical, elegant, inspiring, moving, and funny. But I will tell you a secret; I’m the least funny person living in my house. I have my family to thank for constantly reminding me to infuse a little bit of humour into my writing.
I would freeze time, so I never rush and could always enjoy each moment. But just between you and I, I think I have a superpower? Picture this. I’m listening to Duck Tales play on the T.V blaring out on top-notch, laughing at all the funny parts while stirring the spaghetti sauce, simultaneously pulling one… Read more »
Keep a notebook! Just a plain old spiral notebook. Write everything down! You think you will remember great ideas, thoughts, inspiration, character sketches, but most times, you forget. And sometimes, you don’t realize you had a great story idea until you read your notes later.