N is for Neighbors, Nests, and Notebooks
Posted by lindamartinandersen on April 16, 2016
A Writer’s Playground–a place to find wordplay, writing prompts, reasons to celebrate, and monthly calendar activities for kids and those young at heart “N is for Neighbors, Nests, and Notebooks” by Linda Martin Andersen
This month I’m sharing photos and blog posts from A-Z. I’m excited about trying something new. I hope you’ll stop by often throughout the month.
Check out the participants for the April (2016) Challenge. There are plenty to choose from http://www.a-to-zchallenge.com/
N is for Neighbors
Do you live in a neighborhood in the city, country, along the shore, in the suburbs, or elsewhere? My husband and I live down a dirt road in the country, although the road we live off is dotted with motels near the interstate. Where we stay, deer and other wildlife are our neighbors. The closest building to us is a church. We love where we live and appreciate that our human and animal neighbors are good to us. How about you?
This blog post talks about revising your writing by searching for obvious needed changes and ones not so obvious.
Here is a photo of one of our neighboring motels. Is there a need for change here? If so, is it obvious or not so obvious?
N is for Nests
Have you ever found a bird’s nest? Where? Every spring, a bird nest is built on our front porch. Once a bird built in a wreath hanging on my front door. We have found nests in large azaleas in our yard too. One of the most fascinating bird nest stories and video I recall is shared on Mary Livingston’s blog. Learn more about turkey vultures here:
N is for Notebooks
Amy Ludwig VanDerwater has a blog called “Sharing Our Notebooks.” Stefanie Cole’s post about notebooks is awesome, plus there’s a book giveaway. Check it out here: http://www.sharingournotebooks.amylv.com/2016/04/stefanie-cole-notebooks-are-important.html
I keep lots of notebooks. Some contain writing tips, some organize health information, and another is a journal of things seen outdoors different days of the year. My goal was to complete a year’s study, but I fell short. There’s always another day. Right?
What “N” words come to mind for you? I hope you’ll share why they’re special to you.
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