Category Archives: Musings
I made this for my father when he was very ill but still well enough to take solace from having it next to his bed. He died in 2012 and hardly a week goes past without thinking of him. Continue reading
“There is no substitute for the intimacy of a handwritten note, no gift as singular as words carefully considered and chosen.” Have you chosen your Mother’s Day card(s) yet? Think you might want to do something a little more … Continue reading
Hello again! Lovely Readers, Susannah Conway is a wonderfully soulful, sensual, photographer, journalist, teacher and creative blogger! Unlike dry step by step guides for idiots and others, her ecourse, Blogging from the Heart is full of achievable, aesthetically pleasing, enjoyable, useful, prompts, tools, and … Continue reading
“it’s not that ‘literary” fiction’, and their cousin ‘literary film’ can’t be an escape, a highly enjoyable one, it is that they offer so much more than that because the story doesn’t depend on a formula. They are organic and sometimes messy … Continue reading
“It is very hard to be brave,” said Piglet, sniffing slightly, “when you’re only a Very Small Animal.” Aloha Lovely Readers, Recently I have felt a lot like Piglet. Things have been hard. Harder than hard. A setback. Yes another … Continue reading
Go in the direction of your dreams, trust that things happen when they are supposed to and remember….
So while we are still on the subject of engaging your senses in your home environment…. Not so keen on the antler coat rack. Love the butterflies, and of course the vintage typewriter… and I’m coveting some air-plants (gosh the … Continue reading
“Touch is a much more sophisticated system than we ever realized.It effects our health on many levels. And it doesn’t have to come from another person.” Dr. Matthew J. Hertenstein, DePauw University.
Your attention is an extremely powerful and valuable tool. One corporations, telemarketers, and others who want your money spend a lot of time and money of their own trying to capture. They do this by storming your senses with images, … Continue reading