According to Webster’s Dictionary, the word ‘zoom’ means to skyrocket, rise, shoot up, take off, whiz, whoosh, zip, and go fast. In this day and age, the meaning is way more personal. To zoom means, a gathering place, a conference room, a front porch visit. It’s gone from being recognized as mostly a verb to … Continue reading the Traveling Writing Room
Covid Birthday Portrait The era of oddness I celebrated my 69th birthday last week. It was a costume party, of sorts, with face masks and rubber gloves. The entertainment was on the computer as I watched grandchildren bounce around in front of the camera, exit, reappear, squeal, wish me a happy birthday, exit, reappear, well, … Continue reading The Era of Oddness
Easter Sunday came and went. As so many have said and written about, this was one for the books. Empty churches everywhere. For many, this type of holiday is the only time they do go to church; like Christmas, those who believe in Jesus give Him his due. If that works for you, that’s fine. … Continue reading Who will we be afterwards?
Connections Hello. My name is Deb. I am a writer who had stopped writing for almost a year. Rejection of one’s work is tough. After a particularly disappointing, “Thanks, but no thanks,” I lost my writing pepper. I just didn’t have the heart anymore, or so I thought. But that’s the thing about writing, if … Continue reading Connections