Six Sentence Story with the prompt: TensionContinue reading “A moment in time”
Tag: blogging challenge
What makes you happy?
Do you notice in your life that it’s much easier to spot and discuss what’s not working compared to what is? Maybe it’s a Hungarian trait, maybe it’s personal but I have to consciously work on my brain to see the good things. Mia is a great help with this.Continue reading “What makes you happy?”
Will Mia start resenting my writing?
This is the most important question going through my head today. It’s sunny today, somewhat windy and cold but great hiking weather. Normally we would be outside in the Buda hills to enjoy the smell of the spring, the budding flowers, the new green. Instead, I chose my Muse, and stayed inside. Just like the past 2 weekends. When will Mia have enough?Continue reading “Will Mia start resenting my writing?”
On a photo
“The fog is a veil that shrouds the world in mystery, obscuring the familiar and revealing the unfamiliar.”Continue reading “Fog variations”
From the English language all the way to the Incas
For some, research is either the necessary evil or the to-be-avoided nuisance when it comes to writing. I love it. I love the random connections as I fly from one question to the next, one fascinating story to another. More often than not it takes me down to hilarious paths.Continue reading “From the English language all the way to the Incas”
“Sometimes the like button is not about what’s in front of you, but what is not. The doubts that person overcome, the effort they made, the courage to open up. It can say, hey, I see you. Nice effort. Keep going.” (Andrea Michaels, aka Missy.)Continue reading “Thank you”
There is only one…
There’s only one thing I would cut jeans for at 6.30 in the morning (doing anything at that time that’s not sleeping does not come naturally): to make an ad-hoc toy for Mia, who likes chewing but not on artificial bones that are too hard for this I-have-no-problem-with-sticks-outside spoilt little princess.Continue reading “There is only one…”
Xenodochy – we don’t have it
A new word courtesy of the A to Z challenge team: xenodochy. It means “Reception of strangers; hospitality”. In other words it’s something Missy and me don’t really practice.Continue reading “Xenodochy – we don’t have it”