Author Archives: Meghan

  • Photo Essay: Fishing with Texas Gulf Coast Adventures

    Posted on May 12, 2018 by Meghan in Blog.

    Last weekend Justin and I took the kids fishing. We pulled them out of bed at 4am to be on the road by 5am to meet Captain Eric at Bastrop Marina at 6am. The weather was perfect. A bit cool in the morning, and warmed up nicely by the time we got back to the […]

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  • Scarface – a 2018 Review

    Posted on May 6, 2018 by Meghan in Blog.

    I watched Scarface for the first time last week. I know, I know… I’m, like, thirty five years behind. But better late than never, right? I’d seen bits and pieces of the movie over the years, and of course I knew the “say hello to my little friend” line (said in my best bad Cuban […]

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  • See Life Like I Do

    Posted on April 29, 2018 by Meghan in Blog.

    “Life wouldn’t have been necessarily empty, but it would not have looked like this.” – Lance Armstrong, on life after cancer. “You don’t know it yet,” he wrote, “but we’re the lucky ones.” – Lance Armstrong, Not About the Bike I occasionally receive a comment that I never quite know how to respond to: “I […]

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  • Negative Self-Talk

    Posted on February 3, 2018 by Meghan in Blog.

    I had a bad day. It started when I accidentally slept in and by the time I realized it, I’d blown past my usual writing time. That’s when the little voice in my head started. It’s my own voice, and right then it sounded disappointed. “Good job,” the voice said. “You wasted that morning.” While […]

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  • The Story Writing Cycle

    Posted on December 19, 2017 by Meghan in Blog.

    1. A new idea strikes: “This is going to be the best story ever!” 2. Plotting: “I’m never going to get this to work.” 3. Rough Draft (making flinging motions with hands): “Super powers for everyone!” 4. Second Draft (weeping into hands): “This story sucks. Writing sucks. I suck.” 5. Third Draft (contemplating): “If I […]

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