Howdy, I hope you’re having a wonderful week! I just came across this poem by Emily Dickinson (literally about three minutes ago). I fell in love with it, and wanted to share it with you! (It’s even better if you read it out loud!)
My cousin Claire and I wrote this silly parody using an ingenious game she created. She drew two papers out of bag filled with options, one with a Christmas song and one with a topic. All that was left was to put the two together. Here’s what we came up with! We hope it brings a smile to your face. 🙂
Wonderment Ellie Cummins Wistful as a wispy sunrise Open as the sweeping sky
Hello! How are you? Ellie’s Stuff & Things is about to undergo a bit of a revise! In the past, I got some really great experience in inbound marketing by doing things like linking to similar articles, handcrafting emails, and sharing my blog posts on Pinterest. Now, I’m ready to simplify.
Here are just a few of my favorite spots in our new South Carolinian home.
I recently finished reading a novel that was gripping, tense, sweet, suspenseful, full of vibrant characters, and completely and utterly action-packed. Here’s a little summary of the book, without giving too much away.
Hello! How are you doing today? I’m here with a little poem I wrote a few weeks back. I’d love for you to take a look!
Howdy, Readers! I recently read Julius Caesar by Shakespeare for school, and Mom gave me a challenge. A) She wanted me to find out what a sonnet was, and B) She wanted me to write one of my own!
Hello, All! How are you? This is my last blog post from Massachusetts and my last Wednesday, too. We’re less than one week away from our move down the east side of the United States. South Carolina better watch out — here we come. 😉
Hey, Everyone! I’m here today with a delicious granola-bar-type snack that I am eager to share. Mom found this recipe long ago on the interweb, and I will now pass it on. I’m writing down the ingredients we used, but you can use just about anything. Sunflower seeds, wheat bran, and raisins are a few ideas, and whatever else you can come up with! We always use at least one kind of […]