Wednesday, October 29, 2014 2 Comments
Ghost Writers who are actually GHOSTS!
by Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, MCC, SCAC
A brief introduction (to a brief little post)
My poor mother had to pack and move a family of seven practically every year of my childhood.
She managed to do a lot of really nifty parenting things anyway, but on Halloween she sometimes took the easy way out.
This happened most often when we lived somewhere that the weather was expected to be particularly cold.
Since we had to wear coats anyway, she reasoned, why not create costumes that could be tossed over them?
You got it – rifling through the older sheets, the costumes for a family of five little ghosts and their Mom were quickly produced with little more than a pair of scissors.
Soooooo – to give me a bit of time off to create a really cool Halloween costume this year, I am repeating an article written earlier – a bit of a different take on ghosts – no disrespect intended.
I believe the ADD/EFDers whose forays into the book world have been as varied as my own will especially enjoy it.
There are links to the sources, for those of you who are unaware of them. Look for the slightly lighter text – which will turn red and underlined when you mouse over it. (Hover before clicking for a bit of information about what you will find when you click — it will pop up.)
Writing of a Different Sort
The article below is from my personal blog on ADDerWorld, “the ADD Facebook” – where, in contrast to the more serious, informational, articles that make up the bulk of ADDandSoMuchMore.com, I tend to let my quirky take on the universe out of the box.
In re-posting this particular article, one of my personal favorites, I’m hoping to get more of you interested in hopping over, signing up and seeing what ELSE is available on that site — and maybe to encourage you to let YOUR creativity out of it’s box too.
Life doesn’t have to be so darned SERIOUS all the time
– especially important for serious people.
I hope you enjoy it – and I hope you’re ALSO motivated to check out ADDerWorld.