What is your November challenge?
What sidewalk chalk poetry will you write today?
Where I Stand: Between Worlds, seen and unseen
What are your community’s public places?
look for the little things
photos and videos with your smartphones — you never know when or what will inspire your creativity or make a connection with others
Jumble of colorpreparing for winter chill;still a bit of hope.
through the canopy
One thing I enjoy is doodling daily. And over time, I’m getting better at a couple things
Father Winter’s fortress of snowflakes
Rest your eyes.Sooth the soul.
Beauty so subtle:
warming climate brings beetles–
my needles, me, die
I don’t understand lichen, do you?
No matter the season, sycamore, we thank you
“Here, the place;
Rest, my shade;
Drink, a wave;
Soothe, your way.”
Imagining what I might find at the park today, I hope to see a Yellow-Throated Warbler catching a rest on his migration.
Thinking about a native plant themed garden for our area — how could you research for your area?
when horses arrived, horses became part of the people
join the WriteOut sponsored by the National Writing Project and the National Park Service to get outside and observe the spaces around you
Photo taken in 2010 on my way to work: a dusting of snowfall and a blanket of soft mist, all shining gloriously in the sun. I stopped in awe and thanks.