A small stone is “a very short piece of writing that precisely captures a fully-engaged moment.” And I’ve resolved to write one a day this year.
I doctored a clean notebook on Sunday while the kids and I watched Adrian Peterson nearly slip past Eric Dickerson’s rushing record so that every one of its 120 pages has three or four small creative spaces to fill as the year ticks away.
I’m two days in now: A sentence, a couple of lines, a few words yesterday. The same today. Mindfulness, faithfulness.
(Ha! That was like one there. This is possible. Join me?)
(Read more about “small stones” at Writing Our Way Home.)