FEBRUARY IS NATIONAL HAIKU MONTH

SO LET’S CELEBRATE BY WRITING HAIKU. If you really want to know what haiku is – and who knew, there is more than one form – check out the link below. What is Haiku My father taught be about haiku because of his love of poetry and language. He learned...

Thanks

I haven’t been here for a while – busy with other projects or circling the globe in some fashion or another. It seemed a fitting time to return to blog life during this celebratory time of year. With Canadian Thanksgiving behind us, American Thanksgiving...

Reminders

Whether it be on Facebook, YouTube, Pinterest, or just a local bookstore, my friend Sherry regularly digs up interesting tid-bits of the spiritual nature. She’s not a fanatic. She doesn’t preach or suggest what someone should believe, but like me, she...

Keeping up with the Bloggers

When I looked at the date of my last blog post I was overcome with guilt, then anxiety. How can one simple act of creative output cause me such pressure, such expectation? Blogging is supposed to be fun, isn’t it? And it is, for the most part, except when it...

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...
Page 2 of 1212345...10...Last »
Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox

Join other followers