Blog in the Family

Do you know I’ve got three sisters who blog? It’s true! Well, two sisters and one sister-in-law, which is close enough for horseshoes. Keeping up with the Joneses. Natasha, my baby sister (who has five babies of her own), blogs about her parenting joys and challenges and about how her faith helps her through. Personally,…

More Bridges

More bridges: 5 “Sometimes” Bridges of Corregal.

City of Bridges Update

This took me days longer to finish that it should have but here you go: City of Bridges: 5 Bridges of Historical Consequence (Comment there, if you please!)

5 Things I Thought About in the Car on the Way Home from my Writers’ Group Meeting Tonight

I need gas soon. There should be enough to get to and from work tomorrow, though. I hope I don’t have to walk the dogs when I get home. If do, I hope it’s not too cold. Coyotes in the opening scene of my long-languishing novel. Figured out how they could be used to both…

Investment, and Fantasy’s Secret Ingredient

I’ve watched the first couple episodes of the new ABC show Once Upon a Time, enough to offer an articulate opinion of, “Eh.” All right, I can be a little more articulate than that. The show actually has some potential, if only because it has the vast resevoir of fairy tale and myth from which…

It Doesn’t Quite Roll off the Tongue

I’m not doing NaNoWriMo¬†this year. Been there, done that, won that (once, anyway).¬† I don’t think I have the required focus to get through the challenge this year. Heck, I haven’t even been able to finish the next City of Bridges installment… But in the spirit of the yearly quest, I’m going to try something…

Three Things, by way of an update

1. The prolongued hiatus of my 365 Days and One Knight project is less about the project itself but an overall disaffection with my camera. I have hardly snapped a shot since May, for reasons I don’t fully understand myself. In fact, the disease (such as it is) seems to extend into all visual arts,…