Category Archives: inspiration

Inspiration…#amwriting #BloggersBlast

Love this lovely corset (by G. Mak (name??)

Solar eclipse, some ideas, and just a reminder …..#solareclipse

Ready for some solar eclipse vibes and magic! 🙂 unfortunately, we’ve got a wait for it in my area, but…still nifty to watch on tv as it goes.  #solareclipse Solar eclipse magic? Charge everything seems a good idea. 🙂 I’ve

Sunday–where is my transporter? #authorblogs #SundayBlogShare #BloggersBlast

Sunday Post was conceived by Kimberly at Caffeinated Book Reviewer. Here we are, Sunday again, and I do hope y’all are having a good one. Life has been…well, the usual, these days. Mostly staying inside away from the heat. Reading.

In honor of Brighid… #imbolc

Brighid’s Light by Juli D. Revezzo    See that little swatch of green knitting? I had hoped to knit a Brighid doll by now…ee-yeah. As you can see, it didn’t work out. But My Lady is kind-hearted. She sent me

Happy Birthday, Virginia Woolf

Yes, yesterday was author Virginia Woolf’s birthday. Most people know her from their school reading, or that (god awful) movie the hours. I discovered her work in college when a lit professor assigned us To The Lighthouse (right before I

Out with the Old, In with the New…year, that is.

Just popping here to wish you all… What’s on the goal’s list for this year? Well, writing. (You’re shocked, aren’t you? ;)) As I write this, I have projects still in the not ready to go stage from the last

Nanowrimo update day #19 #amwriting #Nanowrimo2016

Just a quickie for today. How ya’ll doing? I’m …ouchie! And a day…well,I won’t say wasted. Some days I’ve not hit the 1667 needed, and some days I’ve exceeded the count. It just all depends on the day. I did

Catching up on tarot perspectives

For those of you new to my blog and writing, several years ago, I wrote a short story based on the tarot, at that time I was making a casual inspection of the cards for the use of storytelling…mainly. I’d

Every artist….

Luxury Pen by Khunaspix Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures. Henry Ward Beecher Yeah, I know, but don’t you just love this quote? I, of course, would change brush