In a place where the oak canopy opens and there is full sunshine, the Seminole-Wekiva Trail asks what you want before you die. A little apart from the murals of Paint the Trail, a section is painted with chalkboard paint. There's chalk to write your dreams. What do you want to do before you die? I stopped when … Continue reading Dreams and Summer Camp (NaNoWriMo)
May you find only the best bio-exorcists along your trail today. You can visit Betel...oops, better stop...and other legendary ghosts along the Seminole Wekiva Trail, painted by John Demshock. To quote Delia Deetz, "This is my art, and it is dangerous. You think I want to die like this?"
Welcome Campers and lurkers! Day 8 of Camp NaNoWriMo and the day is full of activities. As I've posted before, I'm editing and adding to my draft novel for Camp NaNoWriMo. Most of the story is set in Florida woods next to a blackwater river. It's a setting I can see vividly in my mind - … Continue reading Camp NaNoWriMo – Lurking in the Woods
SPRING by Victoria Nations She stood on her hands and spun so her dress swirled in a wide circle. The sky above her filled with green skirts and grey crinolines, the lace sweeping her legs as they spread and bent to keep steady. Her hands gripped the ground for balance. Her feet wiggled with joy.
When you walk on a path and it curves in front of you, bending out of sight, do you feel a little thrill or are you worried what's to come? There could be anything on the path, just out of sight. A bear? A maniac? The path may just fall away into nothing. What if … Continue reading Paths Into The Woods