In which John Pavlovitz reminds us that we are Human first.
Folks work with crochet hooks, knitting needles, material and thread, and everything a person would think of when weaving with yarn. Sometimes we weave items for friends, for presents, for sale, or just to satisfy ourselves with a peaceful hobby. The project may exist as one large piece or may be many small pieces that… Continue reading Weaving the yarn…
Sometimes writers believe that adding a touch of their natural speak helps the reader feel more comfortable with their words. I believe this to be true to a point. If you read Stephen King, you can almost hear that New England accent from many of the actors in his movies. If you read Charlaine Harris,… Continue reading A Little Goes a Long Way…
Another of Lize Bard's exquisite haiku and photo. Source: Expand
This young woman, Lize Bard, writes a haiku a day and pairs it with a picture she painted or photographed. It’s one of my new delights to wake up to each morning. Go there; read more.
(Sort of a guest post. Dianna put this wisdom out on Facebook and said I could share it as long as I credited her. Thanks Dianna, for the post, and the willingness to share.) I am an introvert. Many of my friends aren't. So I'll give you a quick guide to introverts: *It is NOT… Continue reading Introverts Want You to Know — by Dianna Haught
Create Your Own Visited States Map
Not really by me, but by Ariane Zurcher in http://emmashopebook.com/ The Signs of Neurotypical Spectrum Disorder - A Parody. The writer of this is someone whom I greatly respect, and a woman with particular insight. I highly recommend reading her daily blog every single day.