Snow days are perfect for creating. Snowed in? There is only one verb I am interested in knowing and it isn’t shoveling!
I was a voracious reader as a child and continue to love reading. It was an escape as well as a true pleasure to learn and have fun on my own terms. Reading was – and still is – a very special activity for me.
I am realizing that experiencing and feeling depression is a part of the healing process. The human ability to heal and my own journey reminds me that ‘It’s A Wonderful Life’ and my greatest gift this holiday season was my own resilience.
Hygge is the Danish concept of being cozy. And it can be made where you are.
Christmas is now over and it is that strange time between it and when the tree comes down where it stands in the corner of the room, and seems to know it’s End is Nigh.
Some of you may recall that our ‘Vase of Attraction’ is our first community based art project for 2020, and we are looking to start the year off on fire!
I thought it might be a fun and self motivating idea if I shared some of my goals and dreams with you all for the coming year. What is of particular interest to me is to see where I am with all of these things next year at this time! I plan to write a post at the end of next year so we can see how well I did.
The holidays, or ‘holidaze’ as I sometimes refer to them, are here. Preparations are fully underway, or maybe just starting. Here are a few tips from someone who loves Christmas, but loves his sanity even more!
Our raku pottery vase today, ‘Hephaestus’ Forge’ tells the tale of a master craftsgod, known for his skill and cunning, a most ‘ungodly’ appearance, a war thwarted by an arranged marriage, an unfaithful wife, and an inspired girdle!