As I approach writing the second half of my novel (or perhaps novella; is it really a good idea to keep it wordy if the story has been resolved?), I've been somewhat grappling with the three-directional pull to either go really "out there," keep it simple, or try to create something that'll be a hit. … Continue reading Search for Wellness
As a photography newbie, I recently purchased Adobe Photoshop in hopes to add that extra "umph" (if you will) to my photos. The only problem...I need help! This is a call to anyone out there with any helpful tips, hints, suggestions, you name it.
Another rainy Friday, but a good one spent in New York City. Visited the Morris Jumel Mansion with my class and took in a few Washington Heights sites.
They say April showers are supposed to bring May flowers, but so far the month has been filled with the gloomiest of days. Here are some photos taken at the end of April. Hopefully more to come.
Even on a dreary, rainy day, something as pure as a trip to the zoo can make you feel like a kid again.
Unexpected loss changes us. We find ourselves in the depths of introspection, facing our own mortality--looking for answers, solutions, or even a simple story to tell. In many ways we are the authors of our own personal novel, whether we wish to seize every precious moment granted to us or not. In reflecting upon the … Continue reading Passage (For Purple Rain)