Monthly Archives: March 2012
This is actually a still from a(n accidental) video recording during a hike along the river leading up to the Twin Falls. Again, easily distracted by trickling water when wrapped in ribbons of light, like on the right. A few … Continue reading
Interrupting the “Friday Ficlet” routine, here is the ‘Saturday Snapshot’ a day early. This was a photo I took nearing the end of my usual walk. I loved how the sun shone just so through the trees and the … Continue reading
One of the things I enjoyed about the walk on my favorite trail is watching how the streams grow and shrink by size and speed. Attempted the right side of this page to be ‘streaming ribbons’ with a ‘proper interpretation’ … Continue reading
A few more buildings found in Tiny Town. One of these days, just might have to see what stories are spun, inspired by these structures… Orange House by Tommia Wright
Two years ago, SnoValley Writes! gave its first public performance at Boxley’s restaurant. There, we shared various interpretations to prompts given over a short period of time. Some were humorous, some serious, and all read with confidence from the writers, … Continue reading
I am not a coffee drinker. This is an obvious admission while sitting in Toad’s Coffeehouse this morning enjoying good company and a hot drink. The definition of my drinking problem would consist of teas and hot chocolates (and juices … Continue reading
It is wonderful to finally see signs of spring, despite the fluctuation of temperatures. A couple of snapshots of some short blooms breaking through.
Silly short fiction for a Friday. There are some games worth playing, and there are some games where changing the goals makes them better. Playing the Game She was the one who kept score for a number of reasons. … Continue reading
Two more pages from the “Forgotten Water Falls” sketchbook. Rain verse from the Bible, poem an original.