Life and writing, serious and humorous, old and young, past and present: it's all part of the fabric.
dark chocolate ;-) coffee and lots of water (dehydration bad for writing skills!)
If I buy almonds, we can't leave them alone...love clementines and always have a big bowl of fruit on the kitchen table. We are also into yogurt with granola for breakfast, dessert or whatever. I try not to make any desserts unless we have company...to easy to pick away at them.When do you return to the "north?" Friday (weather permitting) 6 of us are going to Jamestown to the Reg Lenna Civic Center for an interactive drumming workshop. Your neck of the woods.
Oh, please don't get me started on nibbles! But my favorite is peanuts, preferably raw (it's a Southern thing).
Food for the spirit.Costas
m&m's for me. But I'm currently out. But Thin Mints will do in a pinch!
Love smokehouse almonds and decaf at night.
Fuel for the soul...
I think dark chocolate is the best!I feel my heart full of happiness when I got some chocolate!Léia
Hooked on Clementines. Love almonds. And then, um, Goldfish crackers.
coffee and jellybeans. revising makes me a compulsive sugar-fiend.
I've got grape licorice in my stash drawer right now. And dried apricots. The licorice is a little strange but it keeps me at my desk rather than roaming the house, looking for something to stop the gnawing in my stomach at 10:30 AM.
I don't snack while I'm writing because I'm a neat freak. I don't want greasy or juicy fingers on my notebook and laptop! But when I need a snack, I take a break with clementines or milk chocolate or raisins. Yumyum!
dark chocolate chips straight from the freezer. ironically, they are really great at unfreezing my brain.
Hi Sharon. My name is Samantha and I am in the 6th grade and I go to Global Leadership Academy Charter School. Can you write on our blog www.grade6gla.blogspot.com. Thank you!!!!!!
My school is studying your books you can check us out at blogspot.
“Maybe we’re here only to say: house, bridge, well, gate, jug, olive-tree, window--at most, pillar, tower--but to say them, remember, oh! to say them in a way that the things themselves never dreamed of so intensely.” --Rilke
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