Posted in Life, Writing

The Great Buck

In a far far off land, GreenBryer, two huntsman were deep in the forest. The year had taken them through Summer, and hints of Autumn blanketed the area. Cool breezes were wrestling the tree branches. The leaves were only just beginning to alter color. The morning dew laid glistening the ground.

As the huntsman stabbed the grown with their walking sticks, birds chirped and squirrels sat nibbling on their latest meal. The grass shifted and rabbits came dashing past their feet.

Greenbryer was established on an old Native American farm land. From generation to generation since, families continued farming, thus producing rich fertilizer for the soil. The harvest tastes better than anything store bought. The flavor is like a party is the mouth, and the sight of such makes the towns people salivate.

The huntsmen head out to these woods once a week for catching deer. The wives create many meals with very little. Upon this particular excursion, as the men approached Devil’s Drop, a stunning sight abruptly stopped them in their tracks.

The Great Buck stood at the edge, noble and proud as ever. Legend has it Chief Chippewa and Haritow were the leaders of the Cherokee Native Americans in the area. They were inseparable; the best of companions. When the buffalo stamped threatened the settlement, Chief and his right hand buck chased them out. When the October rain flooded the watering system, the two assured everyone kept safe and the water rerouted. When a child was born, Haritow laid with him/her the evening of birth… establishing a trust between the two.

The men stood warned. His ghostly figure had only been seen the eve of a great disaster. They bowed their heads in gratitude and hurried back to ground.

Written for The Eclectic Contrarian ” Tell The Story Challenge

Posted in Life, Mental Health, positivity, Writing

Solidarity Award Acceptance Post 🌺

Thank you Ms Mel, the author of Crushed Caramel, for nominating me for this amazing award. It warms my heart that you feel my content deserving. I’m not going to have time to answer questions or nominate; however, I wanted to say thank you from the bottom of my heart 💛💙💛💙

The purpose of my blog is to provide valuable resources to the public regarding mental health. In addition, I hope to provide thought-provoking content that challenges my readers, and posts that restore hope. I love writing, and I passionately believe mental health is of most importance.

My goal was to simply start a blog, with this one specialized area. I hadn’t any idea what I was doing, when I started ; but, this community wrapped me in it’s arms as if I belonged here anyway. I feel I’ve grown as a writer, and with each additional follower, I’m so humbled. I never dreamed I’d have this many followers.

My advice for new bloggers would be don’t force yourself to write. The synchronization of vibrations and God’s timing has inspiration waiting just for you. You will KNOW when it’s time to write, for the ideas will flow like a cool spring stream. The story will glide across the keyboard and imprint into your heart. Trust me, it’s how the most tender stories are born. You will surprise yourself with what you create; I guarantee it.

Solidarity, to me, represents a unity of two or more individuals who support the same cause. This award symbolizes our community and the mutual respect and appreciation we have for one another. Against all odds, despite all difference, apart from every other area of our lives, we are a member of one totally badass community. Truly, for this, I am deeply honored.

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Posted in Life, Writing

01/14/2019

#14. Someone who made me proud.

My Kindergartener has made me super proud! The last week before Christmas break, she had a wonderful school week. She was also praised by her teacher with doing the best on her homework than any other student in the class. She did exceptionally well writing her numbers 0-50 and her snowman wreath to me is precious!

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Who’s made you proud lately? And why?

Posted in Life, Nova’s Daily Random Word, Writing

#NDRW- #35

Today’s Random Word: Space

Please tag each post #NDRW

Concept: To write everything and anything that comes to mind about the Daily Random Word.

It can be incomplete thoughts listed, a short story, a personal story, personal reflection, memories, whatever you want it to be. The idea is to get everything out. Once you’ve done that, you can return to these posts and use the ideas in your writing.

Have fun