Monthly Archives: December 2012
Another Year Ends…
Hard to believe how quickly this year has gone. Many wonderful things have happened; many sad events give pause. As is the case with any year-end review, most print publications repeat memorable photos; news shows offer a presentation of personalities … Continue reading
The Sketch Continues
A sneak peek to the Sketchbook Project 2013 titled “Leaf ‘n’ Memories”
Fun discoveries while taking the long way home after work.
Today’s Friday Ficlet goes back to the first NaNo I attempted. The sketch was attempted courtesy of a fellow writer’s prompting after I lamented failing to find the ‘perfect photo’ to accompany the piece. Surprisingly, I didn’t use the eraser … Continue reading
It’s interesting, listening about television ads after Christmas: ‘get the gift you really want’ or ‘see what everyone else got that you didn’t get’ or ‘to really know they cared about you, they would have given you this.’ When I was … Continue reading
Amazing how things can change in a matter of a couple of weeks (this photo and the one below were taken two weeks ago today).
Down in a lowly manger The humble Christ was born And God sent us salvation That blessed Christmas morn Go, tell it on the mountain, Over the hills and everywhere Go, tell it on the mountain, That Jesus Christ is … Continue reading
Sometimes gems can be found in the winter white.
A bit of scenery from a platform along the zipline.