02 March 2012

Fragment Friday

1.       We have an extra cat at the house. Some of you may remember Anubis. I forgot just how vocal he was – makes the other kitty look positively silent.

2.       Did you ever try to write a poem or story to a theme you aren’t familiar with? Did it come out the way you expected, or did it mutate and try to hang on to the familiar? How do you get the piece of writing to stop being so clingy?

3.       Snow, cold, sunny day, snow, cold, sunny day. We’re having January weather in March.

4.       It’s been pretty uninspiring for picture taking. Snow, mud, and bare trees don’t make much of a backdrop for photos. Of course there are always the Corgis…

5.       For some reason I’ve been uninspired to cook of late. Anyone have a go to recipe that’s not too complicated? Otherwise I think stew might make a reappearance on the menu.


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6 comments:

Kristopher said...

Hooray for new cats!

One Minnesota Writer said...

#2 - This one intrigues me. Makes me want to go investigate something and see what happens. I suspect we always come back to the familiar in some way.
#5 - when I'm uninspired, I make quesadillas because they're really just another version of grilled cheese to which I can add shredded chicken and salsa. And they go with beer.

Constance Brewer said...

Or new old cats! :)

Constance Brewer said...

Let me know if you experiment with a piece of writing, Kathleen> I always wonder about other writer's processes.

Scott likes making quesadillas. I'm not as fond of him as he is. I prefer my American cheese grilled cheese...

Anonymous said...

Love stew -
nothing wrong with stew!
Chews your words.

Oonah

Constance Brewer said...

Stew is my uninspired dish! I can make it with my eyes closed - and sometimes do. :)