On a trip to the lake earlier this year, I snapped a pic of this pile of firewood and I couldn’t help but notice the striking similarity to Edvard Munch’s “The Scream”. Do you see it? The first large piece
…may very well spell the end of NaBloPoMo for me before all is said and done. Tuesdays, because it’s This Is Us night, and I have to block off a period of time to watch, cry, and then go discuss
It’s been a while since I posted any sort of Music Monday or similar post. It’s actually been quite a while since I actually liked any music. But then this year, a band of brothers (and one friend) from Michigan
And since I will take a victory whenever and wherever I can, I consider my weekend productive and accomplished. This may sound weird, but I spent most of it doing dishes. And enjoying my 80-degrees-in-November weather! (Seriously. Everyone I know
So my original plan was to spend this weekend getting caught up on all the NaBloPoMo posts, and reading other blogs, and getting a jump start on future posts for myself. Anyone who knows me probably already knows how that
So, this may seem like kind of a cheat, since I’m supposed to be posting every day for a month. But I was over at another blogger’s site, and mentioned that I’m just not my best in the morning (yet.
But I’m finally getting around to another None Left Behind post. And that? Is just a post where I showcase something that I never leave behind, usually something vintage found in my thrift hunts. Have you ever seen one of
NaBloPoMo. National Blog Posting Month, for those of us who aren’t currently writing a novel and participating in NaNoWriMo, or National Novel Writing Month. Or for those who are, and need/want to write still more. I’m not one of those,