I have a weird love for Spanish Fork, Utah. Not for the main part where highway 6 runs through, but for the Southern and Western half of town: away from the developing city. That part I love is Spanish Fork Main Street. For years, I couldn't put my finger on what attracted me to this … Continue reading Hallmark Town
Writing challenge: April 14, 2018 Prompt: What place do your consider home? “I want to go home” I moan while lying on my bed, wrapped in my blankets, with my face buried in my pillow. Physically, I am home. I am currently within my place of residence, but mentally, emotionally, I’m not at home … Continue reading Where is Home?
Writing Challenge: Jan 1, 2018 Prompt: Write about New Years of 2017 and 2018 *I also wrote a long post about this New Years already if you care for further details about that night* A plain set of buildings in the middle of the desert. A gas station, bar, and casino wrapped into one. This … Continue reading Time-Straddled New Years
My boyfriend has an interesting habit of planning activities for the group regardless of our interest. This maybe movies we aren’t particularly keen to watch or food we aren’t in the mood to try. To his credit- all of his proposals turn into a good time. For this reason, we jumped on his proposal to … Continue reading The Tale of Two New Years: New Years at the Border Inn
Writing Challenge: December 4, 2017 Prompt: Go to a website that has a "word of the day" and use it as your inspiration Word: Xanadu- a place of great beauty, luxury, and contentment Xanadu: paradise. A place of peace and perfection. It may be a beach of white sand and palm trees. It may be … Continue reading Xanadu
writing challenge: Nov 21, 2017 Prompt: Write about a lost object (I went a bit off topic) There are many tales about an island of lost things- a place that somehow attracts the mislaid, misused, and misguided. People and things alike wash up upon shores made up of millions and billions of the miscellaneous. It’s … Continue reading Island of the Lost