It breaks my heart that my grandfather had to get rid of his little aluminum boat. My grandmother decided he is much too old to take it out anymore. My parents contacted me about the sale because they know I've wanted a boat. I'm broke and could not handle the steal of a price my … Continue reading Grandpa’s Boat
Watching Mara on Netflix. I just went to Walmart for more whiskey and wasted another $3 on office supplies I definitely didn’t need. But, they are super cool paperclip flags. I’m excited to use them. But, at the end of the day, I could have easily used some of the old super cool post it … Continue reading 1178 Beautiful Geese
She stumbled in from two streets down. They had come for her and she knew she couldn’t be there when they arrived. She fled out the side door as they approached through the front. She scurried across the street and into the corner pub. She planned to fit in there. She walked straight down the … Continue reading 1140 Pub Booths
This is another shot from that place I shared with you a couple days ago. I had to share another angle. I was such a cozy and beautiful spot with so much character. Click here to purchase this image in a variety of forms and to support our creativity.
I can’t explain why, but this image provides me comfort. It feels like hope fore me. The pinks of sunrise feel like a new beginning. While the reflection guides the eye into a belief of possibility. It also feels like a really cool historical fiction writing prompt of some sort. That may just be the … Continue reading 1110 Pastel Skies
I’ve spent the last year terrified of my job and my life. The partner just backed out of one of his commitments. I can’t fault him because of the new opportunity he has acquired for his development. However, I am not stupid or a victim. This is a reminder that our selfishness and self preservation … Continue reading 1116 Winter Pond
I live the intrigue of this photo. A trailer dropped in the middle of nowhere, with one door open to its darkness. One of the best writing prompt photos I have, in my opinion. Click here to purchase this art in a variety of forms and to support our creativity.
The Midwestern United States has several low-land areas that flood constantly. The trees have adapted and live right out of the water. It's amazing to stare at. Click here to purchase this art in a variety of forms and to support our creativity.
Poor decisions are like shadows that follow you everywhere. They seem impossible to escape. I know this is a pathetic post for content, but life is insane right now with the restaurant industry dreaded holiday approaching. Dread creeps in as corporate budgets and inclement weather have left us unable to feed our holiday staffed kitchen … Continue reading Island Trees
I love the look of the half frozen creek in this image. The temperature was about fifteen degrees the day I decided to make a snowing hike through one of my favorite outdoor patches. I wasn't exactly dressed for the weather, but I'm so thankful I didn't care. It was one of the most peaceful … Continue reading Snow Covered Bridge