Well, you guessed it! There was no class on 16th. Dan and I were the only ones who were not involved with vacation, hiking, long car trips, etc …
Pagosa Springs was beautiful this Monday, April 9th, 2012. It was a warm, sunny beautiful day with soft white clouds scattered throughout the deep blue sky. Everyone I met the entire day seemed to be cheerful and in great spirits and the number of participants in the Write Along the Write path workshop doubled! It was simply a wonderful day!
Here are the basic guidelines that we follow in Write Along the Write Path:
Considering that the weather turned from beautiful spring days to a spring snow storm, I thought no one would show up for the Write Along the Write Path Workshop. I was surprised. Two residents from Pagosa Springs, Colorado attended the first workshop and participated in two writing activities and a very short grammar lesson.
Free Flow Writing
Write Along the Write path focuses on free flow writing. So, during our writing activities we write for a solid 15 minutes. No correcting grammar or re-reading – just writing what comes to our minds. This practice removes blocks from our minds, quiets the internal censure and increases our creativity.