Friday Write-Day: Vacation Writing

Busy week. My western adventures, as Jessie called them, ended yesterday.

From Colorado to Nevada and even California, I’ve seen a lot of beautiful vistas and lakes. I also managed to write a fair bit in my draft for The Warden of Everfeld: Legacy. Continue reading “Friday Write-Day: Vacation Writing”

Friday Publishing-Day: Notes over Greenland

Guess who’s back in the US?!?!

In case you haven’t seen the haiku I’ve been posting this week (with some very obvious riddles), the wife and I were in England for a wedding and some good ole R+R in London.

I managed to get some sweet pics of what I assume is Greenland on our flight from Reykjavik to Baltimore. I’ve seen plenty of documentary footage of the arctic, but flying directly over it with such a clear view of the terrain felt like I’d been transported to another world. Continue reading “Friday Publishing-Day: Notes over Greenland”

Traveler’s Haiku – Enfield

“Enfield”

Paving stone sidewalks

lead to an unknown town, but

still familiar.

Guess who’s in England! We arrived yesterday afternoon to attend my friend’s wedding tomorrow.  This will be a reunion of several of my grad school friends, so it’s only fitting that the smaller town we’re staying in reminds me of Exeter.

Steve D

A Short but Sweet Overnight Stay in Lexington, KY

As you may or may not have been aware, Jessie and I just concluded a road trip to move her from Denver back to Baltimore — where she belongs!

We drove a small moving truck filled with her crap precious belongings 1,800 miles over three days. Among long days of driving and stops in multiple cities, one place snuck up on us to steal our hearts: Lexington, Kentucky. Continue reading “A Short but Sweet Overnight Stay in Lexington, KY”