It’s interesting that the only “work” people seem to understand is that which you do for a company or a government. That if you say you work for yourself, people assume you don’t work at all. It makes me wonder how work is defined.
Hello, friends. You may (or may not) have noticed changes to my blog. When I downgraded to the Premium plan, my WP theme reverted to its original theme, and so I’ve been searching for a new one. There are so many! I’m keen on the “Responsive Layout” which means it […]
Fall colors in Florida are nothing like the fall colors I grew up with in New York, but after 30 years living here, I have to say it can get pretty colorful here.
I felt the staccato snap of each vertebrae in my spine as I lengthened and then twisted my torso in Trikonasana (Triangle Pose) and wondered how much longer I could keep looking up at the ceiling before I lost all feeling in my neck. The yogi urges me to take […]
Guess where we went on vacation … Guess what my husband did most of the time we were on vacation … More on this and other adventures later. I’m still recovering. UPDATE on my short story in Florida’s Emerging Writers: An Anthology by Z Publishing House — it’s now available […]
If you’re new to my blog and want to know how this road trip began, click here for the first post. We arrived in Evansville, WY, just outside Casper, in the evening, early enough to take a walk around and become oriented to our new “home” for the next few […]
This is “Part 2” of our day in the fun and sun and sand and water, and frolicking with fiddler crabs. Part 1 was spent at St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge, which was supposed to be a quick trip to check out some time lapse filming opportunities for my husband. […]
Originally posted on Fiction Favorites:
This list was inspired by looking at a number of photos that have been posted on-line recently. Top Ten Things Not to Do When Taking Family Photos 10 If you are taking family photos, do not forget the background. If you do, at best you…
Originally posted on The Paperbook Blog:
It’s Friday afternoon, and I am elbow deep in Issue Eight of The Paperbook Collective. I should probably be nose deep in a glass of wine, but there is none in the house. That I can find anyway… So I’m feeling a bit crazy,…
Welcome to an interview with Jayde-Ashe Thomas, entrepreneur extraordinaire! Jayde is the creator of the online literary journal, The Paperbook Collective Zine. She also blogs at The Paperbook Blog; makes bound paper copies of the zine as well as Paperbook cards, posters, and bookmarks; sells her photography at a pop-up […]