Of Love & Spring

Old themes are not necessarily tired ones. We always seem to want to to read of love and spring. Symphony in Bee   Ah, the drum and drone, flap and flutter, hum de-dum-dum as low-waxing cello springs to life – a sonata, amid marigolds, wild roses, peonies...

Change It Up

What is it when you feel something or everything in your life is stale, bland, stagnant? That days are listless and nights are swarming with bottled up energy just waiting to be released? When this happens to me, change is afoot. I like change. As the old proverb...

That is the Question

  Searching for that knock-out opening sentence? Scratching your head about a clever header to use for your feature article or your synopsis? Or simply looking for something to write about? Yes, the quandaries of a writer. When you come up against these...

Wise Reminders

I recently read a blog post sent to me by my sister Wendy. It was called 10 things I’ve learned from Anne Lamott.  What writer doesn’t love Anne, or keep her book, Bird by Bird, close at hand for those little reminders we all love and need? For me, the one...

Poetry in the Making

There are two works of poetry in progress at the moment. One has a more earthy sensibility with leanings toward change, environmentally, spiritually, and of course emotionally. The other book is more sensual in theme and language, rhythmically combining nature and...
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