Reading Time: 2 minutes I got down to some serious writing this week, and bought a new toy: the same model typewriter Ian Fleming used for his James Bond books.Read More Week in Review: Week 32
Reading Time: 4 minutes What is your practice at home? Shoe agnostic? Shoephobic? Strict? Loosey-shoesy? How do you shoe? Why? And what do you think of us clods who do?Read More Shoes on or shoes off?
Reading Time: < 1 minute More serendipity came my way this week. On a trip back from New Jersey, we pulled into parking garage at the Sloatsburg rest area on the New York Thruway. Glancing at the exit as we walked toward the building, we spotted this sunset over the Ramapo Mountains. We collect sunsets. Someday we may have a […]Read More Week in Review: Week 31
Reading Time: 3 minutes I’m having fun relearning how to use a manual typewriter. it’s like riding a bicycle. You don’t forget, exactly. But if you saw me trying to ride a bicycle nowadays, you’d get a good laugh.Read More Clickety-clack, the typewriter’s back!
Reading Time: 3 minutes Someone ground five words out of this historic marker and painted it over. Was this a literal case of erasing history? Or was it editing to erase a slur?Read More When history draws a blank, legend will fill it in
Reading Time: 2 minutes Sometimes it’s worthwhile to look back at where you’ve come from to help you see where you’re going. It gives you a new, old perspective.Read More Week in Review: Week 30
Reading Time: 2 minutes Whether we are technically in a recession or not, the economy is in trouble. Blame is always so much easier to find than solutions.Read More When is a recession not a recession? When it’s a diversion!
Reading Time: 3 minutes This is a limited-time offer: Simon & Schuster is offering two titles about conflict as free e-books and audiobooks through July 31.Read More Free audio and e-books offer conflicting views on conflict
Reading Time: 2 minutes Serendipity is one of the creative tools a writer has to pull things together into context.Read More Week in Review: Week 29
Reading Time: 7 minutes Misunderstandings arise when people draw circles to set themselves apart from others, or when others draw circles around them. Instead we should look at what we all have in common.Read More Fun with Venn diagrams