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Monthly Archives: February 2016
As I paid for my chickens, the cashier and I just had the same conversation from last week—small talk about the weather, the high price of things and how tough it is to get ahead. As I walked away I … Continue reading
Could Niceville be a literary Murano? Most people know that Murano is a Venetian island known for its glass artistry. Fewer know why and how the glassblowers of Murano became renowned worldwide for their skills. It began out of practicality. … Continue reading
Today I ran my fastest ever—a 9:29 mile. My average pace is 9:37 per mile putting me in the 66.71 percentile for a 5K. The average woman my age runs at a 12:41:48 pace. This April 30 I will run … Continue reading
David Bowie passed away Jan. 10 and many artists/authors have been struggling to find a way to commemorate this cultural icon. A few years ago graphic artist Andrew Kolb designed a children’s book from the lyrics to Bowie’s Major Tom. Then Andrew Ruttan … Continue reading
We just finished watching Food, Inc., an independently produced film that shows how our food industry is playing us for fools. A lot of this was old news for us personally—the industrialized meat industry is atrocious, the chemicals they pump … Continue reading
The Feb. 15 issue of the Panhandle Focus is available now at PanhandleFocus.com. This issue is packed with brilliant stories—how the Engineers Without Borders are helping the Muscogee Nation, a new author networking group has begun meeting monthly and, just … Continue reading
I have never once in my life ever considered being a model until the moment I stumbled across the Dead Chicks Are Cool site. I am in love! Visually exciting, these models break the norms of the ridiculous manufactured idea … Continue reading
I just had to give a quote on a large writing project and I was at a loss. I’ve always been paid per project whether I worked online or at a newspaper. The other way I get paid for writing is … Continue reading
Inspired by The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle. In the mood for more poetry?