Sometimes even knowing a little about what we cannot see is knowing a little too much.
I am a forty two year old mother of two..girl, twelve and boy, eighteen, married for the second time for ten years(got it right this time:)) I went back to college last year, although I am still not sure what I am...
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I am a forty two year old mother of two..girl, twelve and boy, eighteen, married for the second time for ten years(got it right this time:)) I went back to college last year, although I am still not sure what I am going to do with it...knowledge for knowledges sake I suppose. I have just started writing again after several years of abstinence. I am looking forward to diving back in and reading others work.
Reviews by mari7789 15
A review of Heart Attackby mari7789 on 01/25/2008I have to say David that overall you did a very fine job on this. Very professional as far as I could see. A few minor suggestions, keeping in mind I am certainly not an expert as this isn't my field. In the begining frames it seems Leslie is too aware of the narrator, unlike her boyfriend. It might work better if she is also looking off, maybe doing something sweet such as... read
A review of Body Artby mari7789 on 01/24/2008Well written story of each persons subjective view of right and wrong. Rationalization can be an art form in itself. The characters were depicted well giving the reader a sense of their character without having to spell it out. However I think it might work a little better if a little more background is given about the narrator. The concept is good and I favor this type of... read
A review of Snapshot of Beautyby mari7789 on 01/23/2008This is a nicely written account of a feelings of love intermingled with questions of conforming to societies views. I was a little confused by the sentence "This woman beside her is not the imaginary friend, Sierra." Is Sierra the one telling the story and she is saying this to herself, or is Sierra the name of the imaginary friend? The imagery is effective in setting a tone... read