Month: February 2014

Storyline Conference – Day 1 (02.28.14)

Read the previous entry on Storyline Conference here! Friday continued to be a completely encouraging and inspiring day at the Storyline Conference!  It was the first “official” day, even though a fair amount of the crowd participated in Thursday’s pre-conference activities.  I think there were about 1700 people in attendance, all with the goal of […] Read more…

Life Lessons From My Dog, Tucker

1.  Be a welcoming presence to friends. 2.  Ask for what you want or need. 3.  Be grateful for the gifts given to you, no matter how small. 4.  Sometimes words are far less important than presence. 5.  Take time to rest 6.  Exercise your body. 7.  Take time to enjoy the sun shining on […] Read more…

What My Parents Did Right #1: Giving Me A Backstory

BACKSTORY:   a set of events invented for a plot, presented as preceding and leading up to that plot. It is a literary device of a narrative history all chronologically earlier than the narrative of primary interest.   Generally, it is the history of characters or other element that underlie the situation existing at the main narrative’s […] Read more…

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