Well, I’m the proud recipient of one from Shala Howell of Caterpickles. Here it is. Thank you, Shala.
I have to share one thing about myself that you don’t know…….once upon a time I was a Miss Deer Park. A beauty pageant? Not. It was a high school award for best over-all student that could only be given to a senior, and I was over the moon with pride.
Poetry in the morning: my wonder and awe at seeing Tor House, where Robinson Jeffers and his wife/helpmate lived….
To my Christmas cactus: a kinda haiku to my plant…..
For my son, whose middle name is Edward: a Memorial Day post that I think is ageless…..
Psychic Order: fans always ask what’s next. Here’s how novels are unfolding in my imagination, and while they may be about the same people, the stories aren’t chronological……
Journal entry from 1999: I love this one; my thoughts about seeing a woman and her child, both sitting too still at a bus stop…..
Yesterday…..a day in the life of me…..
Haiku practice…..just me and those syllables….
Just Six Journal, maintained by Jan Chapman. She describes her world in just six words and a photo. It’s a wonderful exercise for those who wish to express themselves but feel overwhelmed by the idea of a blog.
The Barefoot Heart is an amazingly creative blog, but that’s too simple a description. As the author, Wholly Jeanne, says, she weaves cloth, stories, laughter and photos together. And I can find nothing more about her full name, other than Wholly Jeanne. I like that.
Ann Lauren explores her passion for history and beauty in this hugely researched blog that has immense detail and beautiful pictures about every interesting woman in history.
Leadership Sadhana is written by friend and dancemeditation colleague Sandi Longhurst and is about developing leadership skills that help the planet and help the individual soul.
The Book Deal is a sharp industry blog by New York editor Alan Rinzler about the changes taking place in publishing today.
Dancemeditation is by Dunya, creator of dance meditation, my personal meditation. Her writing is a lovely blend of how the body and mysticism unite.
3x3x365 is 3 friends from 3 states sharing 1 photo every day, with a little bit of verbiage if you want to see it. I adore the simplicity of this.