Reading, Writing, Winter Blues and the Big Blur, all is here!

Being away for more than ten days from writing on the blog was a bit odd for me, but being occupied with creative writing was a plus. When participating in writing adventures with other writers from the globe you can feel the urge to know more and accumulate as much info as possible. Time is always the issue especially when you are trying to do your best and you happen to be sick and super busy at the same time.


That’s where the big blur comes on what and how to do it. Writing and creating are of equal importance because both involve the best you can give. There are maybe hilarious things happenings like the ones when you don’t wear your glasses.

Hours later or the next day you remember your “glasses”, meaning you finally got it so taratata…Too many ideas flow and you seem unable which one to keep or reject.Starting a journey on writing from a different perspective is a mere challenge and you learn how not to judge a book by its cover. Priceless lesson learned on how inspirational books can be when  every single word and image are carefully examined.

Thinking of how annoying is not to be able to see what is in front of your own eyes I thought of some books on eyesight that I am sure you will find interesting.

Jenny Sue’s eyes are not the same as other people’s eyes. Her right eye looks in one direction, while her left eye sometimes wanders. Jenny Sue has a travelin’, lazy eye. Although it makes her different, it also helps her see the world in a special way.

Luna and the Big Blur is about Luna and how her father helps her to find out how important is to feel good about her self and not thinking of the glasses all the time.


Princess Peepers loves wearing her glasses—until the other princesses at school make fun of her. What can Princess Peepers do? Take off her glasses! But that leads the princess into all kinds of trouble.


My Glasses is about a little girl who does not want eyeglasses. But after her vision gets worse, she has a change of heart. In the end, she enjoys picking out and wearing her new glasses. The book also has facts about glasses and eyes.


Bobbie and Joanie are best friends and best cousins, and they do everything together. So when Joanie has to get glasses, Bobbie figures she’ll get them, too—especially once she discovers the fabulous frames on display at the eyeglasses store. Meanwhile, Joanie has the opposite reaction. Glasses make her feel different and look different.


There’s good luck and bad luck. For Nomi, bad luck is tripping over the family cat and squinting at the blackboard. But when she gets her special eyeglasses, Nomi discovers that the best luck of all is being able to see better than ever.


Till next Friday’s Rock Post , Good Luck with your writing, check what you see and how you see it!





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