- Alpine, California, United States
- December 07
- I am here in cyberspace trying to understand the true nature of reality.
My artwork can be seen in the blog link below.
MY RECENT POSTS
- The Movie "Lucy"
July 25, 2014 07:38PM
- Pipe Cleaner Creativity
July 20, 2014 09:13PM
- Plane Crashes
July 23, 2014 09:53AM
- The Cement Birthday Cake
July 22, 2014 01:19AM
- Paranoia Strikes Deep
July 20, 2014 08:10PM
MY RECENT COMMENTS
- “Yes, I think we are
seeing the dawning of a new
age and a
shift in our
- “It seems so crystal
clear. But is it just an
life just meat
- “Actually I didn't mean
to write that blogging is just
beginning. I think
- “Great post and string of
comments. Writing is like
- “Well, the movie was an
escape for me today and
that there is more
- MY LINKS
Petunia is back in all her glory. Standing a little taller. Almost taking a step on her own but not quite. Pointing at everything and she has figured out that some things can go inside other things. Baby Physics.
&nb… Read full post »
I can't imagine not wanting to go on a journey. To travel is in my blood and it makes it boil. All my life I wanted to explore and visit new lands. As a little girl I traveled with my parents and then on my own when I grew up. … Read full post »
I'm watching the artists and designers collaborate on the new Project Runway show. They have two days to work on this big assignment and they go back at 10pm and have to wake up and be at the studio early the next morning. I can imagine them laying awake after… Read full post »
When people are in pain they seem to react by either giving up and going to bed or pushing their way through the day. I choose to lay flat on the floor with ice packs all around me. I am trying to understand chronic pain tho and how it affects… Read full post »
For the last four years I lived with a man who had robbed six banks and he robbed two of them twice! He served six years in prison for the crimes. May 27 he died after a DUI car accident and ten days on a ventilator. He was always good… Read full post »
I love my frying pan
Is frying in Grapeseed oil really so bad?
Red Pepper, eggs and ww bread.
Is that such a bad breakfast?
Fry has turned into a bad word
But the sourdough pioneers of Alaska
survived with their skillet alone
I like to fry things.… Read full post »
People applauded when this movie was over today. I had tears in my eyes and I had belly laughs to remember. I felt like I wanted to do something important with my life when I walked out of the theater. Somehow I felt braver and wiser.
Cissy Tyson was… Read full post »
I had to depend on my words to describe the invasion of ants to my computer desk in my last post. Now I am faced with trying to describe my valiant efforts to rescue bugs in the swimming pool.
I am so tempted to get my camera to… Read full post »
They travel up my arm from my computer mouse. My desk is black so I cannot see them approaching. I just feel a sudden tingling and swat them dead.
Ever since I moved my desk by the door the summer heat has made them emerge from under the… Read full post »
Back out in the world after three weeks of horrible pain and darkness, my mother enjoyed the drive along the coast today and a pizza lunch. The worst of the Shingles in her eye seems to be over.
Aren't we lucky to be alive? I… Read full post »
I just saw the most beautiful butterfly flitting thru the trees in the back yard. There were quite a few of them and they were more active than usual this afternoon because a big thunder storm is moving through the mountain… Read full post »
The malicious myna bird ate a marvelous mango on the mantel. It was a mess of juicy liquid and slimy slivers of the fruit that M… Read full post »
I remember when Twiggy hit the scene. We were reeling from the buxom age of Marilyn Monroe and Eva Gardner. 36 24 36 was the answer for what body type was best.
I had the… Read full post »
Finally finishing up a mosaic I had started with just a circle of mirror pieces. I added colored pieces of glass, stems of… Read full post »
I spent the afternoon in the backyard under four different kinds of trees that supply an endless show of flickering shadows. I dozed and read a book on Near Death Experiences and did a little work on an M&M art project for a… Read full post »
The good news is that the Shingles in my mom's right eye are almost gone. This is the third week and we are glad to hear the end is in sight. However the pills will continue because, as the doc said, better… Read full post »
" Hello, can you hear me?" My mother is the one who is hard of hearing but somehow she thinks that question will give her the reassurance that it is not her problem but mine. My hearing is good but hers is getting worse every minute and then it rises… Read full post »
Have you heard of Pinkberry Frozen Yogurt? It is an experience to just walk into the store and the quality of the product is outstanding. Here is the Pinkberry store that opened in the Hillcrest district of San Diego a couple years ago. The windows glow with green circles and… Read full post »
He loves me...
He loves me not.....
He loves me.....
He loves me not.....
Sally pulled the petals off a daisy as she sat in the grass at the park contemplating her latest romance. They had started off so passionate with matching twinkles in their eyes.&n… Read full post »
Lace on a Rock
Calligraphy on Stone
Shadows moving gently
Stirring my soul
I love to take walks
Looking for Beauty
Makes it more s… Read full post »
It is free to create an avatar in Second Life and join the races at Kit's Dojo every Sunday at 1pm in the afternoon. We mill around and visit and then ride all sorts of contraptions that Kit has created to win trophies. Fun for all… Read full post »
My 93 year old mom has been dealing with the pain of shingles in her eye for two weeks now. The horrible electric shocks of pain have been replaced by pain that is less shocking but still persistent. Her head is tender and she just likes to lay in her… Read full post »
Riding on this wooden horse carved in 1895 was a very sober experience. Petunia took it seriously when the horse began to charge around through the mirrors and lights at a breakneck speed. She held on tight and worked hard to make sense of it… Read full post »