Have you ever created found poetry? This one got me thinking about how we are all connected to this place we call home.
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The juiciest blackberries grew alongside the tracks, with a sick husband and five children to feed, Anna happily accepted nature’s help.
Reward is filthy with possibility: it could be your third grader’s beaming smile after reading her first chapter book, a steaming mug of chicken soup after a long run in the cold,...
Read counts for the top 25 most read posts. Congratulations to all those who hold this honor, keep up the great work... you obviously have a few fans!
I’m wrapping up the week of Writing 201: Poetry by completing the remaining assignments in this post. It’s been quite the exhilarating journey and nothing gives me more joy than to exercise my brain creating some poetry.
Right now I do feel like FanBox is a pyramid scheme. It only took me three years to get to the point that I had experienced enough BS that I could close the door on it forever.
I was happy to see the birds that visited me this weekend. The Cardinal is an incredibly alert and anxious bird. Their bright shades-of-red blooms make them a natural target,
So that ideas of sort of relaxed symmetry have been something for years that I have been concerned with because I think that symmetry is a neutral shape as opposed to a form of design.
Today is Safer Internet Day and over 100 countries globally are participating in the effort to raise awareness for smarter and safer Internet use.
Recently, I was having a conversation about passwords and online protection with son CJ. He told me a few interesting stories about passwords when he worked for the Registrar’s Office
Since closing my illustration studio in Portland over a decade ago, I’ve had little reason to travel downtown, a place I’d avoid completely were it not…
Yellow is commonly associated with gold, wealth, sunshine, reason, happiness, optimism and pleasure, but also with envy, jealousy and betrayal. It plays an important role in
I have been AWOL from Friday Fictioneers for too long; hopefully the reduction in workload will allow me to resume my writing which I have really missed
I am cutting back my blog posts to 1 day a week again and changing the nature of the blog to some extent. All posts will be about the creative journey of the artist
One thing I love about the holiday season is all the sparkling, twinkling lights that we see everywhere. I love driving around my neighborhood and
I have come full circle, ending up four years in the past, to a time when I had to watch every word I wrote about my personal journey.
Honestly, for this challenge, my mind went blank. I know I have a couple of convergence shots but I’ve shared them ad nauseam. I created a few of my own…
Why were the Russians so interested in my blog? Did the Kremlin think America’s launch codes were secretly embedded in my drivel?
If we pause to inhale the crisp air, breathe deeply to feel our heart beat, and look at the beauty in the simplest things, we will find treasures and triumphant moments around us.
We can choose to be thankful and treat each moment we have breath with reverence and a spirit of gratitude.
This week’s photo challenge was an interesting one. We had to move from familiar objects and nature to abstract objects, angles and shapes.