“To gain your own voice, you have to forget about having it heard.” —Allen Ginsberg I think as a journal keeper it is important to is define your relationship with writing and journaling. I think it can be a flexible, malleable definition to some degree, as long as the degrees are your own.
photo credit: Martin_Heigan Super Blood Moon – Total Lunar Eclipse via photopin (license Early in my Blogging journey, I did my first 31 day challenge on the theme of Thanksgiving. It was an instrumental exercise in building writing momentum and discipline. I discovered camaraderie, fellowship and support for my beginning blogging years.
It’s been awhile since I wrote a blog post wherein I just lay it all out there. I thought I might do that today, because I feel extremely disconnected from everything that has been meaningful to me in my life for the past few years, or more.
Today I am opening up my place in the Blogosphere for another share from my talented local Rhode Island Writer’s Group. Bethany’s exquisite poem about her journal, not to mention that she brought the Red Beauty to class with her, made this hard-core Journal Keeper jump for joy. I asked her if I could shareContinue reading “The Journal (Guest Post by Bethany Taylor)”