Using the Amherst Writers & Artists method. Providing a safe environment for writers to express themselves using a variety of prompts. Open to women ages 18 & up. Asheville, NC area. July 2017
A. Adams has been a writer since the age of 10. Currently working on her first book and a book of poetry.
I’ve found much joy in sharing this method with others and discovered my own voice as well.
If you feel Called to Write – join me. Class size is limited.
While enjoying a leisurely stroll the Biltmore Estate Gardens early Tuesday morning, I met two wonderful women visiting from different parts of North Carolina – Monique and let’s say, Violetta. Both of these women had beautiful spirits, smiles and a welcoming demeanor. I noticed they were attempting to take a ‘selfie’, and didn’t have a […]
To capture the essence of a tree is a lifetime journey for me; It’s beauty and size are magnificent; It’s soul can be felt in its shadow; The touch of its bark is like a thick layer of skin that protects its heart within; The branches long and winding reach high to the heavens; Longing for Sun, Water, Air […]
These roses are in full bloom at the Basilica of Saint Lawrence in Asheville, North Carolina. They are exquisite in appearance and very fragrant. Roses mark the beginning of June for me. Also, honeysuckle is very heavily present right now, and reminds me of being a child and discovering this is the first flower I […]
April is such a beautiful month in Western North Carolina. The Trillium, Crocus, Daffodils, Tulips, Forsythia and so many other beautiful flowers are blooming. Flowers’ fragrance, color and unique beauty delight me. Here are a few Spring blooms… One of my favorite fragrances of Spring is the Hyacinths! Heavenly! Happy Spring! ~ Anita
And a chance for snow is finally in the forecast for those of us living in Western North Carolina. 1 – 3 inches! Yippie! I love watching the snow fall…and more than that, I love running outside and catching BIG snowflakes on my tongue. If there’s enough snowfall, then hiking, sledding and making snow angels […]
A hike with my husband of ten years; Along the trail we walked, hand in hand, gazing up at the trees, listening to the streams, breathing in the smell of the woods; So grateful to be alive; to have eyes that see; and a heart that feels; and love to share with one who’s real. ~ […]
Wow! I thought 2014 went by in a blink, and it did. 2015 has come in with a vengeance, the flu! Spending an entire week in bed…I’m just shaking my head at this…and grateful that I don’t have pneumonia, I do have a wonderful husband who’s cared for me, and an incredible doctor. I believe […]
This year has flown by faster than any other I can remember. Do you know we had four months with Saturdays in them? This is very unusual. The months were, March, May, August and November. Thinking about this makes me feel that I should have gotten more organized, relaxed more, had more Saturdays for photography. However, […]