My last post here was in the third week of October, 2018, so I’m pretty sure that’s when I lost my balance and fell down an unexpected rabbit hole. There’s no time to tell the tale today, but as you can see by the change in this blog’s title, something is definitely up.
Stay tuned: more changes and a story to come.
A stunning sunset in unscathed Pensacola can’t erase the destruction and suffering being visited upon our neighbors to the east and northeast by Hurricane Michael. Buck and I had just finished a comfort food supper when I saw it, grabbed my camera and raced upstairs and out to the second floor terrace to snap the moment before it was gone.
I covered up so much of the pages on my daybook with pictures and ink that there wasn’t much space left for notes, so I decided to try adding a blank insert. It was simple to do and turned out well.
The paper is from an old stack of ivory executive-size second sheets. I tore one in half, folded it to make a seam for glue, and stuck it in between the pages for October 10 and October 11. I added a rub-on stamp to the front along with some hickory smoke distress ink and have filled up the two inside pages with writing, saving the back for tomorrow! The old stationery has a lovely feel to it.
this is what happens when a writer says, "I guess I need a web site"
"For I am convinced that the pen is mightier than the sword and I do not carry the pen in vain."-Eric John Monier
≈ fictionalpaper / piccoloscissors / creativeglue ≈
feeling deeply, saying little
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dissolving lines in the world through understanding them
I write because I can. I can because I want to. I want to because you said I couldn't.
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...because every picture tells a story.