Looking for ideas for the “self care” that’s so important? Try some of these art therapy exercises,
Plinky asked, “o you have a favorite work of art?” No, I don’t have a favorite work of art. My favorite artist is a young lady named Katie Armistead, and I couldn’t possibly choose just one of her works as a favorite. Other than her work, I have several favorite artists, from the well-known ones like […]
Such a word that is, indicative of choices big and small. I’ve faced more change than choice in the past 30 days or so, thanks to a major relationship change. But there have been choices, and there will be yet more choices in the future—choices that I will be making alone for the first time […]
The NaBloPoMo prompt for today: What is the first thing you see when you walk in your house? Right now, the first thing anybody sees is Sam’s desk. No, that isn’t precisely right. If you’re looking straight ahead at the wall, you see a collage by Katie, which is much lovelier.
No, nothing like that! I’ve been looking at WordPress themes. Again. Lots of them. I have lots of tutorials bookmarked about creating your own themes, too. I even have a couple of books on the subject. One is quite new. Danger, danger, Will Robinson!
I received the NaBloPoMo newsletter today and learned that this month’s theme is Art. On the one hand, I thought, “I have nothing to say! I’m not an artist. Blah.” On the other hand, I’m coming to realize that I must have order in my life or I start dying, bit by bit. “Enemy of […]
Sam started a meme!
There was something specific I was going to post. I know it. I remember thinking, “Oh, yeah, I want to blog about that!” But I didn’t do it immediately and now, of course, it’s gone, gone, gone. Blah. So, instead, you get a little hodge-podge update of books and pictures.
I don’t know which. But it’s lovely!
From Perseus in the Wind by Freya Stark: If loveliness is so engaged, as I believe, in the skein of our universe, it is sad that it should be little cared for in our schools. The whole of the industrial world proclaims its unimportance, and millions and millions of people spend their lives looking almost exclusively […]