I had a thought while running today that really stuck with me. I think it stuck with me because it was the perfect example of why I try not to say things out loud until I've properly thought them through. When words leave our lips too soon, before they are ready, they tend to leave … Continue reading Running Thoughts Are Better Left Written Down
I left the treeline behind me, the small forest waved goodbye in my wake. I could almost hear the branches swaying after me, asking me to return again soon. The trees loved my company. I knew because my excitement to see them drew me in often. By the time I was leaving, I'd already have … Continue reading A Joyful Short: Fairy Diaries (Ep. 5)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zyCjefN4lQ Piano and Cello Symphony Hey all you studious students, and restless writers! What a beautiful way to start out the week. I woke up this morning to a slick driveway, perfect for sliding across on the way to warm up my boyfriends pick up before he left for the day. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMCaac1E1ZQ Piano Music has … Continue reading Music for Writing or Studying
"Trust in Mother Beck, you will know when you see it if you trust yourself." I sat on the abandoned wood and rope swing tied in the center of my Sanctuary. I kicked my foot against the only patch of powdery dirt in the flourishing grass filled fairy circle I'd marked off. When humans saw this place from … Continue reading Joyful Short: Fairy Diaries (Episode 4)
Episode One: A Shot in the Dark Growing up, we were taught that each fairy was unique, with their own set of magical qualities that would form themselves over time. It wasn't for us to worry or wonder about their existence, that fact was sure as the sun would rise. We weren't to force it, … Continue reading Joyful Short: Introduction
Episode 3: Remember the Mission I'd already slid from my seat as the final bell rang. I could hear it coming from a mile and thirty minutes away. The countdown had officially begun halfway into Miss Holloway's stuffy lecture on 'Pride and Prejudice.' That was about the time I started convincing myself that being around … Continue reading A Joyful Short: Fairy Diaries (Episode 3)
❤ Love this, so helpful in my new series #Faeries #Amwriting
Fairies have been around in our stories and legends for many years. Their lore exists in every country of the world in some form or another. Books have been written on them, places have been said to be inhabited by them, people even claim to have seen them.
Fairies, just like any fantastical creature born in the imaginations of men and women, can be whatever we wish them to be, take on whatever form we fancy, speak and do the things the writers of their stories make them speak and do. It’s hard to pin down characteristics of a group of creatures who have been seen in so many different lights.
But then again, that’s the beauty of them, too.
Here are some fun things rumored of fairies.
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Episode 2: Where We Stand, Now... The messy florescent lights burnt my eyes, this was the worst part of pretending to be human. So I go inside instead, I ignore the lights and I watch myself walking. I wander up the stairs wondering all the way 'how does everyone else see me?'. I push at the … Continue reading A Joyful Short: Diaries of a Fairy (Ep.2)
The View Imagine looking down from the mountain side after pulling off the winding road for a moments peace. A moment unhindered by the heat blistering through the slitted vents at either side of your head. The same heat that's given you the strength and clarity to drive almost an hour just before dawn, to … Continue reading Adjacent Titles: Chapter One
https://youtu.be/eWnaD0dvkVM I'll let the video speak for itself. So beautiful for contemplative writing, cleaning and studying.