Creative obsession

No, I haven’t gone missing — it’s just that I’ve been lured “off-campus” by my other blog. This year, I finally gathered a portfolio of my artwork and started building a separate site for it. I’ve created the new art blog by myself — no help from the family geeks — and I’m having a […]

You gotta read this

Digital busyness is the enemy of depth.” — William Powers I really couldn’t put it down. When Hamlet’s Blackberry: Building a Good Life in the Digital Age arrived last week, I promised myself I’d give it a quick glance and return to it later. (So many other books in my need-to-read stack!) But I got hooked […]

“Fairy Tale” won 1st prize

Several years ago, I stumbled on collage as a way to conquer writer’s block. It still works like magic. While I love being a journalist, sometimes I’m restricted by editorial guidelines and word counts, not to mention deadlines. But my altered art projects are crafted freely from my own imagination, at my own pace. I […]

Our garden in a magazine

The greatest gift of the garden is the restoration of the five senses.”  ~Hanna Rion Last fall, I posted an update on the renovation of the Carl Schultz house, the mid-century modern Frank Lloyd Wright home that Doug and I purchased in 2008. The project has been hammered with challenges, pardon the pun, but rewarding, […]

On turning 60

You are only young once, but you can stay immature indefinitely.” — Ogden Nash Holy smoke: 2014 is the year I turn 60! But I’ve still got a few months to start collecting candles for my birthday cake (make it a cheesecake, please). Meanwhile, I’m reflecting on what it means to mature — and watching […]

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