Tag Archives: ephemera

Creepy Clockworks


Mention cuckoo clock and our mind immediately goes to a wall clock with a small door through which a little bird pops out on the hour and says cuckoo. This clockwork movement consists of a precise array of gears and … Continue reading

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Going through a Phase


My mind has always been inquisitive. I’m an informational reader mostly, though I do fiction binge on occasion. I’ve read upwards of 20 novels during one of these month-long fiction feasts. When I’ve had my fill, I won’t pick up … Continue reading

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A Marvelous Night for a Moon Dance


I’ve mentioned here before that I am a drummer. My husband and friends gather regularly to make music together. We have all sorts of percussion instruments and unusual rhythm makers from all over the world. Sometimes we make music indoors, … Continue reading

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Using the Force


“Everything in Life is Vibration” – Albert Einstein I had a marvelous physics teacher once who so captured my imagination, he set the ground work for my interest in Reiki as well as for my magnum opus (scroll back to … Continue reading

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Splendidly Repetitive #Mondayblogs


With my busy December on at full steam ahead, I’m reposting interesting blog posts I’ve written. It’s a way of taking stock of what I’ve been up to outside of my professional writings.  Today is a video day. My post … Continue reading

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To Deceive the Eye


My imagination was always active. Even as a child I could entertain myself. I’d draw, sculpt, carve, color, and cut paper for hours. Because that innate desire to create appeared early on in my life, my mother always wished I’d … Continue reading

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Man’s Best Friend


Today I offer another interesting (and updated) post done for the A to Z Challenge. Several months ago, I came upon an old hand-crafted pottery dish at the flea market. I bought it for Día de los Muertos, our Day … Continue reading

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