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Toast, Veronica’s drawing challenge

Hi! And a warm welcome to those who've arrived via Veronica's post. I don't draw often, so I usually just admire V's works and don't really consider joining in. But this week, Veronica called me out, tagging me in a post and specifically inviting me to join the fun. So, I did. I drew this on my iPad, with Paper and Pencil. (Paper is the app and Pencil is the stylus, both from 53.) Feel free to join the fun, and be sure to check out the others participating in the challenge this week: Veronica, Katrin, Barbara, Marian, Kristen, Roberto, Renee, Nadine,Patrice, Lucia, Anneke, Eric, Joke, Linda, Sabine, Tammie, Mano, Stefanie, Carole, Renilde, Susan, Kelly,Dawn, Jennifer, Melodye, and Dot.

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Progress

Daily Prompt: Progress Jeff Goins is hosting a challenge for writers: to write at least 500 words every day for the month of January. There are many reasons I love Scrivener for writing, and one is the session target. These little progress bars start red and gradually fade more and more until you reach your goal and the bar turns green. The above photo is my progress bar at the end of the day yesterday. I put a little sticker on my calendar and I'm thrilled that I'm off to a great start. I know it's only one day, but you gotta start somewhere, right? Anyone that wants to join me, feel free to leave a comment below and we can cheer each other on. Becca ;)

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Making Love in the Library

“Please?” “No, Alex. Absolutely not.” Mary slammed the book,  and returned it to the shelf. He pressed his body against hers, breathing heavily in her ear. “Well… maybe,” she sighed. “Just this once.” This 33-word flash fiction story was inspired by Trifextra 67: Onomatopoeia.This photo was inspired by two photo prompts:the Wordsmith Studio Weekly  Photo Prompt: Booksand the Daily Post's Weekly Photo Challenge: PatternHappy Writing and Photo Fun! Becca ♥ (extreme multi-tasker)

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A Photo-Chapbook!

Hello! In February, a dear friend of mine and fellow Wordsmith, Khara House, hosted a Chapbook Challenge. I don't write poetry (much) and gathering my flash fiction was a little intimidating, so I decided to to make a photo-chapbook. It was a great motivator for me! And came with a fantastic result! I hope you'll check it out. Becca ♥ Nature: Reflections of Our Lives, Photography by Rebecca Barray Artist's Statement “Nature: Reflections of Our Lives” is a collection of nature photographs depicting the milestones of our lives. This work contains photographs of nature, symbolizing events from our lives, such as birth, love, betrayal, passion, and old age. It opens with a landscape of the sunrise and a seed sprouting from the soil. It closes with a fall forest scene and the night sky. The middle contains  images of the world around us that represent common life events. About the Artist Rebecca Barray is a mommy, writer, reader, photographer, and perpetual student. She spends most of her time chasing toddlers, but her precious free time is spent writing, photographing, and learning as much as she can about anything. She has three energetic children, a fun-loving husband, a messy cat, a lazy dog, and some very resilient fish.

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Color

For the Weekly Photo Challenge at DailyPost.WordPress.com. Happy Writing and Photo Fun, Becca ♥ Check out more colorful photos: Weekly Photo Challenge: Color « Life&Ink I’m a Tweaker | Beyond the Brush Weekly Photo Challenge: Color | Writing Reveries Weekly Photo Challenge: Color | The Land Slide Photography Weekly Photo Challenge: Color « Trail of Crumbs Weekly Photo Challenge:Color | My Visual Arts Weekly Photo Challenge: Color | North of Park Weekly Photo Challenge – Colour | Tvor Travels Weekly Photo Challenge: Color | Isadora Art and Photography Weekly Photo Challenge: Color | efenerr Weekly photo challenge: Color | Connie's World 1 day in my life | the terrain of symmetry Weekly Photo Challenge: Color | Travel. Garden. Eat. Weekly Photo Challenge: Color 3 (Tulips and a little Windmill) | What's (in) the picture? Weekly Photo Challenge: Colour | A Little British Pea ... Weekly Photo Challenge: Color | Playing for Time Weekly Photo Challenge: Color | My Elegantly Cluttered Chamber :: Weekly Photo Challenge: Color | Belo Horizonte daily photo Weekly Photo Challenge: Color | Long delays possible Weekly Photo Challenge: Color – Fresh Whitewash and Silk | Humbled Pie Weekly Photo Challenge: Primary Colors | Slam on the Brakes, Pull Over, Take the Picture Weekly Photo Challenge: Color | Living the Bliss Weekly Photo Challenge: Colour | The Serenity Space Weekly Photo Challenge: Color | A Number of Things Weekly Photo Challenge: Color | cancerinmythirties Weekly Photo Challenge: Color | fingerprintwriting Weekly Photo Challenge: Color | joy cannis photography Weekly…

Spring has Sprung… I guess

What? This isn't what you think of when you hear "Spring"? Just let me say, "Me neither." Alas, it is officially Spring here in WV and this is the weather. It actually makes me tear up a bit. *Sniff, sniff* Well, I guess I'll just have to look at the photos of others' Spring over on WordsmithStudio.org for the prompt this week, and dream of warmer days... Happy Writing and Photo Fun, Becca ♥

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Lunchtime!

Okay, this is not what I actually had for lunch. It was dessert.♥ I'm a little short on time this week; I'm taking the kids to visit my dad for Spring Break. So I'm reusing this photo from a post I did a while back. Happy Writing and Photo Fun!! Becca ♥ This post is for the Weekly Photo Challenge for WordPress this week: Lunchtime. Check out what some others had to eat: Weekly Photo Challenge: Lunchtime Day 2: Craving Thai | The Eclectic Eccentric Shopaholic Weekly Photo Challenge: Lunchtime | alien shores Weekly Photo Challenge: Lunchtime (Chikpeas salad) | artandkitchen Weekly Photo Challenge : Lunchtime | Max510's Blog Weekly photo challenge: my korean happy meal | Living in Another Language Thai Soup Tuesday | progress by accident Weekly Photo Challenge: Lunchtime | Family Photos Food & Craft Lunchtime: preparing Smiley | Nature on the Edge Weekly Photo Challenge | why so serious? Weekly Photo Challenge: Lunchtime « Sasieology Lunchtime | Le Drake Noir Weekly Photo Challenge: Lunch | Canadiantravelbugs's Blog pretzel sandwich | yi-ching lin photography Weekly Photo (Phoneography) Challenge: Lunchtime | Pilot Fish MORE THAN A PLATEFUL OF CHAR KOAY TEOW | beyond toxicity A Five Star Lunch | Colline's Blog Weekly Photo Challenge: Lunchtime | Stefano Scheda Lunch at The Old Town Grill! A WordPress Photo Challenge… | Life in the Foothills Weekly Photo Challenge: Lunchtime | Fitness, Food and Photography Weekly Photo Challenge: Lunchtime | At least we made it this far... Weekly Photo Challenge: Lunch | Julia's…