One of the things I love about nature is how it’s always changing. The light at different times of day creates new views. This was taken early evening when the wind had subsided. The greens were glowing in a way I’d never noticed before. I hope the images and rhetoric from the news this weekContinue reading “Reflecting on the Week”
I’m a few days behind on Julie Hedlund’s 12 Days of Christmas Challenge for Writers where on days 2 and 3, she suggests focusing on Surprises and Successes instead of resolutions. (More about days 4-12 later.) My list of 3 or more surprises and as many successes as I can think of is shared below. I’mContinue reading “Surprises and Successes 12 Days of Christmas Challenge”
Here, Charlie admires the beauty of the menorah. Each night, as we add a candle, the warmth and magic grow. Charlie wanted to be part of the celebration each night and made a point of posing for a picture or two. Here he seems to be smiling in the glow of the candlelight.
The Light Show, an exhibition which examines light and reflection in a variety of ways will be on display through November 2020. I’m only sharing one part of this, the Lucas Samaras Corridor which is basically like being inside a kaleidoscope.
ALIANA REACHES FOR THE MOON was released on 2/19/19 (An author’s reflection in no particular order) Reconnecting with children I used to teach and their families and knowing how proud they are that I reached this goal. Being on panels and in groups which connected me with authors of distinguished status. Being part of ApollopaloozaContinue reading “Six Months Later – Six Highlights”
Early morning walk Central Park, Sam, and Benji NYC nature