Views from the Heartland, Part II

Posted on 18 October 2012

Here are the final pictures I’ll post from my writing residency. Already this place feels so far away. How can it be that only one week ago I was sleeping in that bedroom, carrying my breakfast around on a tray, and writing for hours before taking a stroll around the lake, biking to the pumpkin patch or simply watching the wind blow across the cornfields? I’ve since returned to the real world, with all its schedules and stresses. But at least I still have the words I wrote in this place. For now, I’ll just have to look back and remember:

Views from the Heartland, Part 1


5 responses to Views from the Heartland, Part II

  • Sarah W says:

    How beautiful.

    And those feet share such a sense of peace and contentment. :)

  • Catherine says:

    How wonderful. This is what I really need at this point. Am trying to finalise story order and reader critiques and going crazy. It looks like some pure thinking took place here!

  • Averil says:

    These photos make me so happy.

  • Teri says:

    I agree with Averil. These photos make me happy. The feel of fall, the colors, the peace of mind. Those tennis shoes!

  • Deb says:

    I bet they are good words too. Looks like a great place to give them life.

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