The Write Girl

Random stuff that keeps me from writing...

nprbooks:

Libraries in many big cities often serve as de facto homeless shelters — a place for people living on the streets to find quiet and warmth — and it can make others, there to just check out books or videos, uncomfortable.

KQED’s Scott Shafer reports that’s why the San Francisco Public Library has hired a full-time social worker. She spends her days roaming the library floors, keeping an eye out for regulars who look like they could use her help. And sometimes she hires the formerly homeless patrons she’s helped, like Joe Bank, to do outreach under her supervision.

L.A.’s Central Library needs this big time.

(via darienlibrary)

thewritegyrl:

As I put the finishing touches on one novel and try to wrap up the second, i feel a little like this…

I still feel like this…

thewritegyrl:

As I put the finishing touches on one novel and try to wrap up the second, i feel a little like this…

I still feel like this…

cressidadoeswords:

Almost drowned in that edit, but I made it out alive. Now after a palate cleanser, I must insert the changes and print off another new draft to pare and sculpt. I need new eyes or amnesia.

This is me now. Good luck!

This gives me a Harry Potter, bigger on the inside than the outside vibe…lol

As I put the finishing touches on one novel and try to wrap up the second, i feel a little like this…

As I put the finishing touches on one novel and try to wrap up the second, i feel a little like this…

One of those days that make it okay to live inL.A.

Trying to figure out if, or why my tax dollars are being used to provide three (3!!!!!!) sheriffs to act as bodyguards for these” celebrities”

Trying to figure out if, or why my tax dollars are being used to provide three (3!!!!!!) sheriffs to act as bodyguards for these” celebrities”

thesmithian:

"I never wanted to be a star, I just wanted to get work."—Gregory Hines

He was born on this day in New York City, in 1946. He died in 2003, at 57.

I loved this man.

nprfreshair:


"Shirley Temple, who charmed the nation as a child movie star in the 1930s and went on to become one of the nation’s diplomats in posts that included ambassador to Czechoslovakia during the Cold War, has died.
She was 85.”

Read the full story here

RIP

nprfreshair:

"Shirley Temple, who charmed the nation as a child movie star in the 1930s and went on to become one of the nation’s diplomats in posts that included ambassador to Czechoslovakia during the Cold War, has died.

She was 85.”

Read the full story here

RIP