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Dawn Quyle Landau
Mother, Writer, treasure hunter, aging red head, and sushi lover. This is my view on life, "Straight up, with a twist––" because life is too short to be subtle! Featured blogger for Huffington Post, and followed on Twitter by LeBron James– for reasons beyond my comprehension.
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Last year I opted out on New Year’s resolutions and decided to go with intention. It wasn’t an ideal year, and this year I decided to wait until after the New Year and focus on gratitude; it’s always timely. For … Continue reading
This morning I found myself awake at 3am. Jet lag. It sucks, if not for the obvious perk that you’ve been somewhere far enough away, that it messes with your sleep, when you return. I had the enormous perk of … Continue reading
As many bloggers take a break for the holidays, I wondered about how to keep up with family and holiday happenings, and still keep up with writing. Taking a break is tempting, but then I realized that there are older posts … Continue reading
On the heels of a crazy weekend, where I found myself Freshly Pressed and featured on Huffington Post, it is such a delight to write about something that’s fun! That said, thank you so much to the folks at Word … Continue reading
Mohamud was my driver from San Diego to Del Mar. I don’t say something like that very often. I don’t have drivers. I am happy to carry my own bags; I don’t fly in first class, unless I am upgraded … Continue reading
The prompt is to write for 10 minutes, “no more, no less.” Check out other writing for this Word Press Challenge, here. Alone In A Hotel Room The temperature is strange, the pillow foreign. I toss and turn in the … Continue reading
Who Are You; And Why Are You Following Me?
You, yeah, you, I see you following me. I noticed you slip in, and I’m aware that you’re there, hovering in the shadows. I noticed the abstract name, the mysterious links. I admit it, it was a little thrill to … Continue reading
Posted in Awareness, Blog, Blogging, blogs, Daily Observations, Freshly Pressed, Honest observations on many things, Humor, Musings, My world, Sarcasm, Tales From the Motherland, Writing Tagged #WPLongform, Filters, Freshly Pressed, Scammers, Spam, Tales from the Motherland, Word Press, writing 85 Comments
Daily Challenge: Fiction
Note: This is from last week’s Weekly challenge. The prompt provided this photo, and asked for a story of 1,000 words or more, to explain the subject. Life with kids home, and guests got in the way, but I wanted … Continue reading
Posted in Blog, Blogging, Writing Tagged childhood, domestic violence, DPchallenge, fiction, Tales from the Motherland, Word Press 8 Comments
It’s been an amazing week for Tales From the Motherland, and it’s given me lots to think about. Last weekend, my story On My Father’s Birthday, A Letter to His Killer was Freshly Pressed on Word Press. This was my … Continue reading →