Once again, it’s that magical time of the week: Friday! That also means it’s time to fib! Today is Friday, May 32nd (pay no attention to conspiranoids saying it´s June 1st, they are trying to hack my research); and my first fibbing Friday. I hope you enjoy my thorough research. 1. What was Paul Revere … Continue reading Fibbing Friday: Uncovering hidden facts.
In response to Linda Hill´s #SoCS Stream of Consciousness Saturday prompt: Spay / Splay / Spray Wow, it´s been two weeks since I wrote anything on my blog. Last year, writing every other week would have been a titanic task for me. Somehow this year I´m not feeling as self conscious than before about showing … Continue reading #SoCs Spay / Splay / Spray
In response to #SoCS Stream of Consciousness Saturday prompt: Want. I want, I want, what do I want? Lately, I´ve let myself flow with the day, absorved in the tight routine the whole family has set in order to avoid chaos. Yet chaos seems to follow us everyday, or at least, follow the grownups, the … Continue reading #SoCs What do I Want?
In response to VJ´s Weekly Challenge. As a little one I was taught to want to be grown up, as a grow up I want to learn to be a little one, And so when I make the same mistake again, maybe you won´t take it into much consideration. De Mayor - Song by Enrique … Continue reading What a Child Knows: when I was 5
Una pizca de nostalgia para despedir a enero... No quería terminar enero sin escribir esta entrada acerca de los Santos Reyes, o Reyes Magos, como se conocen ahora; un pequeño resumen de todas las alegrías que han traído a nuestras vidas. Qué distinto es esperar a los Reyes cuando somos niños que cuando somos padres. … Continue reading 6 de Enero: los Reyes Magos se despiden.
“A journey is a person in itself; no two are alike.” — John Steinbeck The last day of nanowrimo has come. Anxiety and excitement showering me in equal amounts. Today, I woke up with only 2195 words left. Such a little amount, considering that mid-November, I had written only 25% of the word total, and … Continue reading Goodbye NaNoWriMo, I did it again!
Cock-a-doodle-doo! Acording to our calendar, Spring has started a week ago. It is time for us, writers, to jump out of hibernation and start typing again. With all that NaNoWriMo hangover, X-mas holidays and a moving out to a new home, I found so many excuses to procrastinate far from my stories. It´s time to … Continue reading Happy New Year – at the end of March?
This is the first day of October, which means, by now, I'd have ready and at hand all that stuff that I need in order to prepare myself for my first NaNoWriMo. Translation? I haven't even searched for all my notebooks, procrastination is strong with this one. But my unconscious self seems more hardworking than … Continue reading NaNoWriNooooooo!!! or, Preptember is gone too soon.
This year, this is going to be the fourth and last post of April 2018. Wait, shouldn´t they be 26 and not 4? It has been a very complicated month for many of us fellow writers. Camp NaNoWriMo, A to Z challenge, added to any other Twitter, Instagram or Facebook writing challenge you gladly name. … Continue reading Z is for Z to A: Doing everything upside down
Even though I knew Germans love order and rules, I´ve never imagined some of them are really obsessed about them, Germans love efficiency, you can see it in every way they act, they eat, they sleep, they enjoy themselves... Some 5 years ago, I read in a very interesting novel by Tod Wodicka (All Shall … Continue reading German neighbors and their Obsessive Compulsive ideas