Wednesday, June 27, 2007

All in one place...


It was fun doing all those interviews last week. A form of self-analysis. I was embarrassed at how nebulous I had to be about my next project. Also was dismayed at how long it has been since I had a good, solid habit of early morning walks followed by journaling. (Which I always find to be a good way to "center" myself for the day.)

So, even if NOBODY read the interviews, I got something out of them. Have started back my early morning walks, have started a new journal and have gotten a solid start on that revision I've owed one of my editors for way too long!

Thank you thank you to everyone who hosted me, forcing me to take a look at myself.

Here's a recap of the blogs I visited last week:

Monday - Elizabeth Dulemba's blog
Tuesday - Dotti Enderle's blog
Wednesday - Kerry Madden's blog
Thursday - Barbara Johansen Newman's blog
Friday - Karen Lee's blog
Saturday - Ruth McNally Barshaw's blog

Here are some views I enjoyed on my sunrise walk this morning near the marsh, including the photo at the top...





And here's where I journaled when I got back... my new gazebo!




Got that great hanging ornament for only SIX BUCKS!

7 comments:

jgrovesva@yahoo.com said...

I wanna come over to your Gazebo and have a visit and enjoy all your works...be it writing, singing, acting, photos...or just us!
Mother Superior No. !

Ruth McNally Barshaw said...

Gorgeous photos, Kim! If those don't make a person want to take up writing, nothing could.
<3

Kim Bookwriter said...

Thanks, you guys. Yes, I do find the marsh and my new gazebo inspirational. And note the fashionable shoes! Haha!

Kim

ChatRabbit said...

I had a lot of fun reading all the various blogs, Kim-you are always fun in any form!

Write lots of cool new things out under that gazebo, y'hear?

Kim Bookwriter said...

I sure plan to, Liz. Needs to dry out for now. We had much needed thunderstorm last night which I hope will break our drought! Thanks for stoppin' by.

Anonymous said...

I just had to stop by to see the picture of my little reader. Then this post caught my eye. My neighbor and I enjoyed a similar walk last Sat. That view is very inspiring. Enjoy your gazebo! Keep writing!
Linda

Kathy_in_Colorado said...

Oh Kim, I love your pictures! Your Gazebo pictures are so well done as I was able to feel as if I were there. Next time, take a pic with your bare feet. ;)

Thank you so much for making me feel like dreaming.