I have been working on my little blog since 2011. During that time I have grown from sporadic posts to four regular posts a week. The time has come to make another adjustment. This time I am going to cut down on my weekly posts. This will be my last Monday meme. After October 25 there will be no more General Conference thoughts. Instead, I will focus on Wednesday’s poems and my prose will be on Saturdays. Instead of four-part short stories I will attempt five-part short stories whenever a month has five Saturdays. My goal in this switch is to work on quality over quantity for awhile. Once I was able to let go of my 10-view-a-day goal I was able to make these plans. I am excited and hope to see an improvement in my writing. Thanks as always for reading and hope you will continue on this journey with me. Photo taken in southwest Wyoming.
My number one goal
I am a pretty simple soul. I do not ask for much and I am pretty content. Just get me to Friday and I will be happy. Photo taken in southwest Wyoming.
Hope before faith
Sometimes my faith is weak and I’m not sure of things. During those moments I rely on my hope. I may not know it to be true but I sure hope it is. Photo taken in southwest Wyoming.
Word without action
Pretty words won’t change me until I apply them and turn them into action. Photo taken at Devils Tower, Wyoming. Continue reading
Believe in you
Words of encouragement for you. If you need some. Believe in yourself because you do best when you do you. Photo taken at Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. Continue reading
Another 2020 meme
There have been a lot of memes summing up 2020. I figured I might as well share my thoughts on the year. It is a year not soon to be forgotten. Continue reading
Why use 1 word?
I like words so I tend to use a lot of them. Maybe not always a good thing. Some people may call it rambling, I prefer “explaining thoroughly.” Continue reading
Unplug kind of day
A summer day is begging to be noticed. So unplug and take a day to experience summer your way. However that may be. Photo taken near Pinedale, Wyoming. Continue reading
I have always been the type to follow the path of least resistance. But that hasn’t stopped me from dreaming big dreams. Not really a formula for success. Continue reading
Walk with confidence
Here’s a personal observation: confidence is key. If you exhibit confidence (note I did not say if you HAVE confidence) people will listen and follow you. You can tell them a fabricated story but if you say it with confidence (take out hedge words and sounds) people will believe; if you walk with confidence people will follow (right off a cliff perhaps). Knowledge is not the key, confidence is. Photo taken in southwest Wyoming.Continue reading