Showing posts from March, 2010

Written Communication

Writing is one of my passions, but like most writers, I sometimes get writer's block. The month of March has been long and uneventful and has left me in a writing slump. I began this blog as a way to get back into writing. Since I am a stay at home mom and I don't write professionally, I figured that creating a blog would be a great way to put my thoughts on paper. Writing gives me the ability me to express my feeling, be creative, and record memories. When I was in college I was a writer for the school newspaper, I was the associate sports editor. Writing became one of the most important things in my life. The experiences, memories, and people I met are ones that I will forever cherish. There was nothing like the excitement I had as I prepared for an interview. To get a story from an athlete and put into writing for everyone to read made me feel important and accomplished. For the most part I am a huge procrastinator, but when it came to my writing, getting my article

In Review

I begin the month of March with an update of the last few weeks of February. This Valentine's Day weekend we went to Tennessee to visit my family. My husband and I attended a really nice banquet at the Tennessee Aquarium. Though I wasn't feeling my best, as I chose to wear a dress that did not flatter my body at all, I thought it was special to spend Valentine's Day alone with my husband. I also received the most thoughtful gift ever, a beautiful pink journal and a pink pen with a diamond heart and engraved on it were my name and website. I was so excited, no one supports me more than my husband and this gift not only showed his support but his belief in me and my passion for writing. After returning home, later that week, my husband and I went on a date, something we do not get to do much of, to the Louisville Orchestra. Being a musician, I really enjoy classical music and it was so great to share that with my husband. The next weekend I got sick, my body ached all ov