Whew! The holidays are almost over, and I, for one, can say I am looking forward to it. While I will miss Christmas cookies, the Christmas tree, and the overall mood of fun and good cheer, I’m excited about the new year. Personally, I hate making resolutions on-paper and such, because I find I tend… Continue reading Bringing in the New Year
This post is going to be sadly cut short because I am have some drawing to work on, and writing…my room mate has been helping me to get back into drawing. I used to be pretty decent at drawing portraits, if I do say so myself. I’ve joined Pinterest and found some good pictures that… Continue reading Lovely Old Books, Part 1
This is me right now. Crazy, starving and disorganized. From Sharon’s Super Secret Eden Blog I’ll have a moment where I’m totally in the writing, sweetly diving in, getting all these great ideas…zoning out, like the lady in the above picture… And then I’m like this the next day: N Not a word… Continue reading The Crazy, Starving, Disorganized Writer
Originally posted on The Hare Krishna Movement:
There has been an ongoing discussion here at New Vrindaban about the possibility of establishing a Vedic or Eco Village, where people would be able to live simply, and practice Krishna Consciousness. Establishing cottage industries based on agriculture, dairy, arts and crafts, etc., and living a more earth…
I think it’s a little odd to do the top 10 for 2015 when 2015 just started…and I am also sad to see Writer Unboxed not make the list!… Nevertheless…these blogs do look pretty darn fantastic! I look forward to thoroughly exploring each and everyone of them. Here is the top 10 according to WritetoDone:… Continue reading Top 10 Blogs For Writers In 2015…Or Are They?
The first week of January has been quite busy for me. Days 1-5, significant other and I had a guest over, an old friend of mine and new friend of SO. SO and I determined to show friend all the local best spots for hiking, hanging out, eating, etc. It was fun! But it certainly… Continue reading Dungeons, Dragons, and the Challenges of January
I have been procrastinating against this blog post. I wanted to say something deeply witty or interesting, which would spark inspiration in my fellow writers and readers (note there is some sarcasm there)… But I just come up dry, today. I thought of doing a book review for Patricia A. McKilip’s The Riddlemaster Trilogy, a… Continue reading Funny Times