In finishing her senior thesis paper on autism research, my guest author and artist discusses societal expectations and what benefited her.
A very special guest writer; my daughter and Part 2 of her research paper about her experiences with autism.
A very special guest writer; my daughter and an introduction to her experiences with autism.
This week I am sharing new art. I’ve been learning about watercolors and gold leaf with accents in white. It’s a new process and one I’m loving.
I discovered a treasure this weekend. Not the shiny gold or silver sort of treasure, but the sort where each page has something new to offer. An encyclopedia.
You tell me that it’s a cruel world and we’re all just running around in circles. I know that. I’ve been on this earth just as many days as you have. When I choose to see the good side of things, I’m not being naive. It is strategic and necessary. It’s how I’ve learned to…
What about the magic, you ask? The sundial? The night soldiers? The buildings that sometimes seemed to change their shapes? They took it for granted. If you find that strange, imagine a time traveler from 1910 being transported to 2010 and finding a world where people flew through the sky in giant metal birds and…
This last year, my creativity has felt “on hold”. While doing a lot of writing, I have lost a bit of the visual arts and I felt stagnant.
We all dream. We may not always remember our dreams, but they are there, existing in the dark corners of our subconscious.
In the next few weeks (months, years), I’ll be exploring a blog on how to interpret your dreams.