Yesterday, Bridget mentioned that Bishop Robert Barron’s site had a feature on actor Jim Carrey, and I reacted by making a snide comment or two about him. I’m sorry that I did. Bridget hadn’t read the story, but explained the gist of it, at least what she gathered from the blurb she had seen. I… Read More What We Share
I guess I’d best get writing. A paragraph or two before I pour myself a nice, hot, flavorful cup of tea seems appropriate. On Sunday, I posted a poem titled “Windstorm.” Perhaps I shouldn’t have done that. Later that night, we got a windstorm, a helluva windstorm. Our power went out at 12:30 Sunday night.… Read More I’ve Got the Power
I suddenly awoke (for some reason) while in the midst of one of my no-stranger-than-usual dreams, and it took some effort to get myself to a fully conscious state, but I persevered and did it, so I’m here starting the day’s one thousand words before 10, but I don’t think I’ll be here long. I’d… Read More Syncing Expectations and Reality
The first thing I noticed when I entered my studio this morning was the pile of books on my desk: Easy Grammar, Singapore Math, Cursive Handwriting. The books belong to the kids, and I still need to correct their work from yesterday. I have to clean bathrooms, too, and vacuum the living room. Yesterday was… Read More Who Am I Working For?
•••Each day is new, with no mistakes in it. Take a picture.••• Why are we so suspicious of simple things? Where have we learned that anything worth doing should be difficult? It’s hard to avoid frustration when we’ve conditioned ourselves to expect nothing but. What happens, though, when we pick up the pen and just… Read More Maybe It’s About Subsidiarity
•••Each day is new, with no mistakes in it. Take a picture.••• Well, yesterday was filled with too much information. I’ve not even come close to dealing with it, but I’ll see what I can accomplish today. “The problem with photography as an art form is that it can be very hard to be ambiguous.”… Read More What Do You Think You Know?