It’s been so long since I’ve been on my blog, I almost forgot my password. WordPress recently “congratulated” me for having first registered with WP eight years ago. My, my, how times flies. Except … I have posts going as far back as November 2007. Oh, I don’t want to […]
So I am slowly getting back into my old routine. Well, that’s a lie. For one thing, I never really had a routine. For another thing, I hate routine, although I’m often the first person to complain when unexpected things happen. Usually this time of year, one would expect blog […]
Just because it’s been awhile since I’ve posted any photos for my friend Belinda at http://www.busymindthinking.com. The blossoms are now gone, but this post helps me relive their beauty, a beauty that reminds me of Belinda.
Hello, everyone, and I hope you all are well. I’m still on vacation from my day job (yea!), but I’ve returned from my out-of-town trips and am slowly dipping my toes into the warm waters of the blogosphere. My first order of business after publishing this post will be to […]
For Belinda at http://www.busymindthinking.com. Some time ago she asked her followers to post pictures of where they live. Yesterday I finally remembered to take my phone with me when I took a break from work and went for a walk. The following photos are from part of a “Nature Trail” […]
I’m paddling away on my novel for Camp NaNoWriMo! Current word count is 16,239! At this rate, I’ll make 50,000 by May 11. So, I have a hell of a lot more paddling to do 😦
Leslie Van Gelder’s Weaving a Way Home. A Personal Journey Exploring Place and Story (University of Michigan Press) is a complex and evocative dissertation on concepts and intersections of a sense of place, storyingtelling, and anthromophorization in an anthropocentric world. Her writing is fluid, blending personal stories with extensive quotes […]