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What Reminds You of Your Childhood?

What Reminds You of Your Childhood?

SUN. OCT. 7, 2012 - LOOKING NORTH DOWN THE DRIVEWAY

Our recycled, asphalt driveway.

Fall is in the air. The canopy of trees lining our asphalt drive begins to change. It bursts forth, creating a palette of pumpkin orange, cranberry, and sunshine yellow. It won’t be long before brisk winds blow in from the north. Leaves of all shapes will flitter and float. Hubby and I will haul out rakes, and then gather the leaves into heaping mounds. Our grandchildren will squeal and leap. One, two, three—whoosh. We’ll pile the leaves again, and the cycle will start all over. Continue reading “What Reminds You of Your Childhood?” »

Do You Want to Meet Budding Picasso’s?

Do You Want to Meet Budding Picasso’s?

“Learn the rules like a pro, so you can break them like an artist.”

Pablo Picasso

Spanish artist, Pablo Picasso was a prolific draftsman, sculptor, and printmaker, and he revolutionized the 20th century with his extraordinary art.

Today, I’d like to introduce 21st century budding artists—nine-year-old, Grace and eight-year-old, Gannon. Continue reading “Do You Want to Meet Budding Picasso’s?” »

Do You Pay It Forward?

Do You Pay It Forward?

I’ve connected with many wonderful writers and authors in blog sphere who inspire and encourage me.

Today, I’d like to pay it forward and help Vivian Kirkfield, teacher and author, promote her new book.

Show Me How!

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