There’s a world out there. Open a window, and it’s there. ROBIN WILLIAMS One of the things I love about blogging is the places it takes our minds. I found this Robin Williams quote today […]
I may have gone a little overboard with the “mock” glass effect here, but I wanted to see if I could make it look like real glass on this one. No one has ever accused […]
Resurrecting Gratitude When the (unofficial) quarantine began, I was on a mission. Two if you count the New Lifestyle New, New Me project—but that actually started before “everything changed.” What I’m referring to, and what […]
Knowledge rests not upon truth alone, but upon error also.Carl Jung
—A personal journey through the “K” word.
I think the old bumper car is kicking into overdrive. My journey through education is making more and more sense, as the fragments of information—that I’ve learned in various classes—are beginning to connect. The ‘bigger picture’ is coming into focus, and I could not be more excited!
—Feathers of Hope Hope is the thing with feathers, that perches in the soul— and sings the tune without the words— and never stops— at all. Emily Dickinson This image is something I’ve been itching […]
Portrait of a Book Lover…
I need a little direction right now—
First of all, I took this photograph yesterday while riding with my son. I noticed the yellow lines in the mirrors and the Which Way Photo Challenge instantly came to mind. I realize I’ve already used the “rear view mirror” idea, but I had to do it again because I really enjoy how the lines repeat, but they don’t line up.
One of the things I love about word and photo challenges is that they provide you with a little direction. The blank canvas isn’t quite so “empty,” because you’ve been given a prompt to draw upon.
IF YOU LOSE YOURSELF in your work, you find who you are. If you express the best you have in you in your work, it is more than just the best you have in you that […]
Joy is the holy fire that keeps our purpose warm and our intelligence aglow. Helen Keller This is actually a shop in Jerome, Arizona—an old 1800’s mining town that I visited. It was a wild place back in the […]