Everything I say is to the point. I can’t mesmerize you with
my storytelling abilities like Kiki or Jenni.
[Maybe if I went by Roxi I might
be able to improve my skills?? Haha]
Words are not my forte. Photographs and images are where I best
express my feelings and emotions.
Sometimes I wonder when I lost my ability to write – and the
answer is always obvious: after college. When papers weren’t due once a week,
when there were no assigned readings, when writing stopped being required.
While photography does
require a certain amount of thought and skill, I feel like writing takes more
time that I don’t have, more thoughts that I can’t spare. Do you know what I mean?
Maybe, once wedding things are all finished, I could take a
creative writing class.
Or would you happen to know of a pretty good online
course someone is offering?
How do you practice writing?? I am genuinely curious.
I haven’t had a chance to upload my photos from this weekend’s
travels. Regular postings shall resume tonight/tomorrow.



  1. 750words.com is a great incentive to practice just writing a lot of words at a time, and not requiring that they have any kind of meaning. Also, regular journaling. And once you're in the swing of regular journaling, turn an occasional journal entry into a blog style journal entry, with the intention that no one reads it. At least, that's how I do it–practice writing a lot, and then when you're good at writing a lot of nothing, practice writing a lot of interesting things instead.

  2. I'm not sure what types of writing classes are currently up, but https://www.coursera.org/ offers free online courses through universities, which is pretty awesome, and you get get certificates of completion at the end of the course.

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