The writing becomes difficult when we face a scene that we need to write, and we don’t want to relive that experience for personal reasons.
It's funny how we repeat phrases often without thinking of where they came from or the context of the meaning. I noticed one such phrase recently "through a glass darkly". I had suggested to a reading group at BookLikes.com that we should read a book series called: WITHIN THE GLASS DARKLY by William Gareth Evans … Continue reading The Things We Say: through a glass darkly
Feels like spring today. Here in the Mid-south we've had early record-rains and tornado warnings, which paved a welcome path for the beautiful weather of yesterday and today. Take a look at this wonderful peek at spring. I drove to town and passed beautiful farm and country roads. Instead of taking photos of the flood-plane … Continue reading Spring Weather On St Patrick’s Day
Now that the Thanksgiving holiday is over, Black Friday and Cyber Monday are done deals, maybe we can concentrate on the holiday ahead. Not the shopping, baking and gift buying. . . Instead, I'd like to suggest that we take time to do a bit of self-reflection. Think about your life in whole and the finger … Continue reading Self-reflection Before the Holidays
Countdown week . . . almost Halloween It has become the national holiday where children go house to house to get free candy. But that's not how it began . . . Trick or Treat was referred to Beggars Night years ago, when children begged for food. Walt Disney created the Skeleton Dance in 1929 … Continue reading People Seek Answers – Halloween, All Saints’ Day, Samhain & Fortune-telling