Calm Seas

The air is more crisp after a rain.

…colors and scents sublime.

seasons of time; not so much reason…

take our breath away

Seas the moment!! *splash*


…well in between the storm(s)

Saturday sunrise @thebeach

A warm “Hello” to my wordpress friends; thankful for 3D friends, too. xo


Now is the time (Concrete poem)

In celebration of my 100 follows, originally posted by Michelle Sherlock and reblogged here; she’s been a beacon in shining true Light on social media everywhere! At least in my limited experience, Here’s Michelle!!


Now is the time heart shaped poem by Michelle Sherlock Now is the time (Concrete poem) © Michelle Sherlock

Now is the time for you and me to be

Running forward to meet our destiny

No longer shrinking back in fear

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Blog Along, Take Two

Take Two

I am wild confident sexy female winning in my life now!”

A phrase I coined years ago as a seminar participant. Although now: I am mildly carefree sexy woman living my life to the fullest. Or even a late bloomin’ baby boomer…. Interesting how that sing-song phrase stayed branded on my brain from twenty years ago, with added verse hah.

I want to catch what I missed; fine tune what I caught; and improve written communication. I will select my words wisely, grow my vocabulary, and interact with fellow bloggers. I am no wordsmith: I don’t hammer, drill, needle, or siphon.

I fail miserably at word wars: my cap gun loses to machine guns. I don’t war with them anymore.

The spoken word brings life or death. It is not as binary as text. Dimension and meaning are brought with facial expressions, response time, silence, eyes, and of course: t-o-n-e.

My desire is to move, touch and inspire my follower by sharing a thought, experience or story, with a sincere promise not to constipate your inbox.  My average posts (sans blog101 assignments) are once or twice a month.  Life is like that for me now.

Fortunately, as the binary observer, you won’t have to wait for that one word or deal with response lag time. What you skim in 20 seconds, I will have spent a total of two days, a week, or more. spitting it on paper. I admire the writing of mikesteeden and Claremary P. Sweeney, and many others: Global glossaries!

Knowing what I know now, I’d choose to play with numbers as a kid instead of color.

Meet my new crayon: Blog.