Painting a Beautiful Picture for our World A beautiful painting arrests our attention, draws us in, causes us to stop and consider it. Beautiful art of any kind engages, challenges, and moves us. In the same way, the sight of courteous
Come Into My Courtyard; Meet Ginger Syllabub Morning is peeking over my garden gate. Come in; I’d like to introduce you to someone special. I have been nurturing Ginger Syllabub since she was a baby - five years! I planted her roots in
Our world is apt to canonize Push. It will sing the praises of the one who excels at Shove, will call him 'successful' as he elbows his way to the top of the heap. As he treads upon others and pushes them
In Jane Austen's day, there was no email, and no texting, of course. People communicated in a slower, but much more genteel fashion - the letter. I believe that we are missing that gentility in our own day.
I love English signs. The last time I was in England, I started taking photos of typical British signs: “Mind Your Head.” “Park Tidy.” “Way Out” (is this a description or a direction?) Probably the most famous is “Mind