Drawing is simply a line going for a walk. – Paul Klee
Finding something you love, even if it is later in life, is a complete joy. I recently started a graphic design program, and although I’ve been out of school for way too many years, I’ve found that the discipline of learning never entirely leaves you. That said, everything is new now with all the electronic…
Back to School! Who? Me!
Yes, it’s that time of year, the days are getting shorter, the air is a bit crisper and cooler, the leaves are starting to turn and children of all ages are headed back to the classroom. And adults. And me. After working for the last, oh so many years, in technology, I decided to use…
Wow, is it already November? Where in the world has the time gone? It seems like yesterday since I last posted but it’s been months. Hopefully, Blogging 101 will inspire all of us to be more intentional in our posting. Awhile ago I posted this on my About page and so for this first day…
As an owner of an off-track thoroughbred (OTTB), I subscribe to any number of horse email lists and blogs. While most of these offer tips on horse care, training, and farm management, occasionally there is a post that is horse related but not typical. Horse Collaborative had one such post listed under their “western” category although…
What led you here?
What led you here? Is what I post important to you? No, I really do want to know. Were you just curious? Did you stumble here or were you led?
Why am I here and not somewhere else?
As you probably know, this is primarily a photography and art blog but I thought I’d let you in on why I created it in the first place. For those that know me, they know I work in the non-profit religious sector as a Director of Communication and IT. What you might not know is…